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  • LBJ Tapes Civil Rights Act Anniversary
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    LBJ Tapes: Civil Rights Act Anniversary

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    President Lyndon Johnson’s phone calls on the passing and signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Act was signed into law on July 2, 1964. Note: Some language may be offensive.

  • Bay of Pigs Anniversary
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    Bay of Pigs Anniversary

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    The anniversary of the April 17 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion, with President John Kennedy’s phone calls, news conference and speeches to newspaper editors and publishers. David Coleman…

  • The LBJ Tapes Civil Rights Bill  President Nixon Calls
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    The LBJ Tapes: Civil Rights Bill & President Nixon Calls

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    President Richard Nixon spoke to UN Ambassador George H.W. Bush about upcoming votes and becoming the Chairman of the RNC. President Lyndon Johnson spoke to advisors about the signing…

  • The LBJ Tapes Legislative Bills
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    The LBJ Tapes: Legislative Bills

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    President Lyndon Johnson talked with Congressional leaders and staff about the civil rights, foreign aid and poverty bills, aid to parochial schools and Vietnam. Note: some language may be…

  • The LBJ Tapes Calls With Robert Kennedy
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    The LBJ Tapes: Calls With Robert Kennedy

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    C-SPAN Radio notes the 50th anniversary of Robert Kennedy’s assassination with calls with President Johnson.  Topics include the Civil Rights Act and racial unrest after its enactment and the war in…

  • The LBJ Tapes February 1964
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    The LBJ Tapes: February 1964

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    President Lyndon Johnson talked with advisors about school desegregation in Alabama, Vietnam, and the continuing Congressional probe of the top aide to LBJ when he was a Senator. Note: Some…

  • The JFK Tapes
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    The JFK Tapes

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    John F. Kennedy was born May 29, 1917--and C-SPAN Radio notes the 100th anniversary of his birth with calls about one of the most significant domestic events of his presidency: The 1962 admission…

  • The JFK Tapes Desegregation
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    The JFK Tapes: Desegregation

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    On October 1, 1962, James Meredith became the first African American to become a student at the University of Mississippi in Oxford. President John F. Kennedy’s phone calls about the…

  • The LBJ Tapes Vietnam and Laos

    The LBJ Tapes: Vietnam and Laos

    President Lyndon Johnson talked with advisors and Congressional leaders about the war in Vietnam, the proposed bombing of Laos, the Civil Rights and food bills and a visit from the Prime…