George Kennan; General James Gavin; Donald Duncan; Bill Moyers; Arthur J.[...]
(1) Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin (Ret.), excerpts from his testimony before the Senate foreign Relations Committee hearings on Vietnam (23 cuts, 2/9). (2) White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers statement at conclusion of Honolulu meeting talks with South Vietnam leaders (2/8). (3) Former Vice President Richard Nixon remarks at a dinner in the Washington Hilton, advocating greater use of air and sea power in Vietnam (2/10). (4) Arthur Goldberg, US Ambassador to the United Nations, remarks at White House after conferring with President Johnson, will renew efforts to enlist the UN in seeking peace in Vietnam (2/10). (5) George F. Kennan, former ambassador to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Vietnam (2/10). (6) Former M. Sgt. Donald Duncan, who left the Army after 10 years of service in protest of US and South Vietnam activities in Vietnam (including torture), remarks at press conference (2/10). (7) President Lyndon Johnson on individualism, from remarks at the National Medal of Science presentation ceremony at the White House (2/10). (8) Vice President Hubert Humphrey remarks on arrival in Saigon after the Honolulu meeting (2/10). (9) New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, remarks after meeting with President Johnson about federal aid for New York (2/10). (10) White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers and Robert H. Fleming, remarks after President Johnson announcing Fleming to be Deputy Press Secretary (2/12).
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Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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sound tape reel
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Catalog Key: bcast-077113; Other: 0492-MMC
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