Voice cuts: Secretary Dean Rusk; Congressman John McCormack; Joseph Clark; Senator Mike Mansfield
(1) Rep. John McCormack (D-MA) and Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-MT) remarks at a press conference after talks with President Johnson (1/24). (2) Representative-elect Julian Bond discussing the Georgia House of Representatives refusal to seat him (6 cuts, 1/26). (3) Sen. John C. Stennis (D-MS) says we are compelled to resume bombing in Vietnam (1/26). (4) President Lyndon Johnson remarks on the rural poor, "sharing America's abundance with those who have too often been her forgotten people" (1/25). (5) Monsignor George G. Higgins, Washington labor specialist for the Catholic Church, remarks on New York City news coverage of Michael J. Quill, president of the Transport Workers Union, and the transit strike (1/25). (6) Sen. Clifford Case (R-NJ) commenting on the bill he has introduced to reform jury selection (1/24). (7) David C. Acheson, special assistant to Treasury Secretary Henry H. Fowler, appearing before the subcommittee to investigate juvenile delinquency (1/27). (8) Sen Thomas Dodd, chairman of the above committee, commenting on dope addiction (1/27). (9) David C. Acheson, special assistant to Treasury Secretary Henry H. Fowler, remarks on narcotics legislation (1/27). (10) Sen. Joseph Clark (D-PA) commenting on a letter sent to President Johnson by some 20 senators requesting that he continue the bombing moratorium in Vietnam (1/27). (11) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) on bombing resumption in Vietnam (1/31) (12) Sen. Joseph Clark (D-PA) on bombing resumption (3 cuts, 1/31). (13) Secretary of State Dean Rusk on bombing resumption (10 cuts, 1/31). (14) Julian Bond on being denied a seat in the Georgia House of Representatives (1/28). (15) David E. Bell, head of Agency for International Development, on Congressional support from Congress (1/27). (16) Sen. Albert Gore (D-TN) on the Agency for International Development appropriation (1/27). (17) David E. Bell, AID administrator, remarks on support in Vietnam from allies (1/27).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
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Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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