American History TV Schedule

Week of June 19 through June 26

All times and durations are subject to change

Saturday, June 24
8:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 16 min. Home Front 1917-1919Home Front 1917-1919: War Transforms American Life is an educational film, narrated by ... Home Front 1917-1919: War Transforms American Life is an educational film, narrated by actor Robert Ryan, that shows how World War I brought about industrial growth, increased government involvement in the U.S. economy, and led to suppression of dissent, deportations, and pro-war government propaganda efforts by the Committee on Public Information. 8:20 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 28 min. Cold War and the Third WorldDane Kennedy; Jason ParkerProfessor Jason Parker talked about U.S. diplomacy during the Cold War. He is the author of ... Professor Jason Parker talked about U.S. diplomacy during the Cold War. He is the author of Hearts, Minds, Voices: U.S. Cold War Public Diplomacy and the Formation of the Third World. 9:50 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 8 min. Syrian Immigrants During World War IStacy FahrentholdHistorian Stacy Farenthold talked about about why Syrians immigrated to the U.S. during the first ... Historian Stacy Farenthold talked about about why Syrians immigrated to the U.S. during the first World War and what they did once they arrived. This interview took place at the Organization of American Historians' annual meeting.
10:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 26 min. Heurich Family and Brewmaster's CastleKimberly BenderKimberly Bender gave a tour of the Heurich House in Washington, D.C. The mansion, also called the ... Kimberly Bender gave a tour of the Heurich House in Washington, D.C. The mansion, also called the Brewmaster’s Castle, was built by Christian Heurich, a German immigrant who started a successful brewing company in 1872. 10:30 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 16 min. U.S. Military in ChinaGeoff Babb; Steve WiebergMilitary historian Geoff Babb talked about the U.S. military’s relationship with China, ... Military historian Geoff Babb talked about the U.S. military’s relationship with China, beginning in the late 18th century and through the Korean and Vietnam Wars. 11:48 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 3 min. Nixon White House RecollectionsWilliam Baribault; Jo Haldeman; Lawrence M. HigbyJo Haldeman, widow of President Nixon’s chief of staff, shares excerpts from her book, In ... Jo Haldeman, widow of President Nixon’s chief of staff, shares excerpts from her book, In the Shadow of the White House: A Memoir of the Washington and Watergate Years, 1968-1978. Her husband, H.R. “Bob” Haldeman, served as the 37th president’s chief of staff.
12:54 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. Slavery, Martha Washington, and Dolley MadisonMarie Jenkins SchwartzMarie Jenkins Schwartz talked about her book, Ties That Bound: Founding First Ladies and ... Marie Jenkins Schwartz talked about her book, Ties That Bound: Founding First Ladies and Slaves. She focused on how founding mothers Martha Washington and Dolley Madison viewed slavery and their personal relationships with the slaves living and working under their control. 1:59 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 53 min. Manhattan ProjectRuth Robbins; Martin J. SherwinProfessor Martin Sherwin talked about the Manhattan Project, beginning with the discovery of ... Professor Martin Sherwin talked about the Manhattan Project, beginning with the discovery of fission in 1938 through the use of atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Professor Sherwin is the author of A World Destroyed: Hiroshima and Its Legacies and co-author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer. Mr. Sherwin detailed the development of the atomic bomb, beginning with the discovery of fission in 1938 through the bombing of the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. 3:56 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Black GothamCarla L. PetersonCarla Peterson recounts the lives of black elites in New York City in the 19th century. Professor ... Carla Peterson recounts the lives of black elites in New York City in the 19th century. Professor Peterson examines a community of black New Yorkers, which included her ancestors, prior to the Civil War whose occupations afforded them upper-class status under the constant threat of racial violence. Carla Peterson discussed her book at the Jefferson Market Library in New York City. The February 28, 2011, program was part of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation’s African American History Month Series.
5:09 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 45 min. Lead-Up to the Battle of MidwayWalter R. Borneman; Christopher KolakowskiAuthor Walter Borneman talked about the lead-up to the Battle of Midway, including the Japanese ... Author Walter Borneman talked about the lead-up to the Battle of Midway, including the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor just six months earlier, and the backgrounds and performance of U.S. naval leadership. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary. 5:59 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 36 min. Disbanding the Remnants of Lee's ArmyGary W. Gallagher; Caroline E. JanneyProfessor Caroline Janney talked about the process of disbanding the remnants of the Army of ... Professor Caroline Janney talked about the process of disbanding the remnants of the Army of Northern Virginia following Robert E. Lee’s April 1865 surrender to Union General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox. Professor Janney focused on the Confederates who avoided or escaped Appomattox and retreated into the Shenandoah Valley, and she spoke about General Grant’s concerns that some Confederates would band together and fight a guerrilla war. This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History. 6:36 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 39 min. Shenandoah Valley and the Civil War, Part 2Edward L. Ayers; Joseph Glatthaar; Caroline E. JanneyHistorians responded to audience questions on the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War. Topics ... Historians responded to audience questions on the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War. Topics included the burning of towns and destruction of property in the valley by both the Union and Confederate sides, as well as the lack of planning by Union leaders for the immediate post-war period and how to deal with former Confederate soldiers who fled to the area. This panel was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History.
7:16 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 42 min. Codebreaking and the Battle of MidwayElliot Carlson; John PentangeloElliot Carlson talked about the key role played by U.S. codebreakers during the Battle of Midway. ... Elliot Carlson talked about the key role played by U.S. codebreakers during the Battle of Midway. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary. 7:59 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 14 min. Mid-20th Century American Oil InterestsDarren DochukProfessor Darren Dochuk talked about mid-20th century American oil interests. He described the ... Professor Darren Dochuk talked about mid-20th century American oil interests. He described the east Texas oil boom and the expansion of U.S. oil businesses abroad to places such as Saudi Arabia and Canada. He argued that religion played a significant role in the worldview and business practices of both global companies and individual prospectors in the industry. 9:15 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 41 min. U.S. Navy Pilots at the Battle of MidwayTimothy J. Orr; John PentangeloTimothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during ... Timothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during the Battle of Midway. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary.
9:59 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 53 min. The Palestinian People Do Have RightsThis 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces ... This 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces events from 1947 to 1978 with archival film, visits to refugee camps, and interviews with several Palestinians. 10:54 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 59 min. California Gold Rush Fires and FloodsGary Noy; Patty PforteGary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the ... Gary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the population explosion caused by the California Gold Rush. Mr. Noy is the author of Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss, and Luck.
Sunday, June 25
12:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 14 min. Mid-20th Century American Oil InterestsDarren DochukProfessor Darren Dochuk talked about mid-20th century American oil interests. He described the ... Professor Darren Dochuk talked about mid-20th century American oil interests. He described the east Texas oil boom and the expansion of U.S. oil businesses abroad to places such as Saudi Arabia and Canada. He argued that religion played a significant role in the worldview and business practices of both global companies and individual prospectors in the industry. 1:15 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 41 min. U.S. Navy Pilots at the Battle of MidwayTimothy J. Orr; John PentangeloTimothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during ... Timothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during the Battle of Midway. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary. 2:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Black GothamCarla L. PetersonCarla Peterson recounts the lives of black elites in New York City in the 19th century. Professor ... Carla Peterson recounts the lives of black elites in New York City in the 19th century. Professor Peterson examines a community of black New Yorkers, which included her ancestors, prior to the Civil War whose occupations afforded them upper-class status under the constant threat of racial violence. Carla Peterson discussed her book at the Jefferson Market Library in New York City. The February 28, 2011, program was part of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation’s African American History Month Series.
3:13 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 45 min. Lead-Up to the Battle of MidwayWalter R. Borneman; Christopher KolakowskiAuthor Walter Borneman talked about the lead-up to the Battle of Midway, including the Japanese ... Author Walter Borneman talked about the lead-up to the Battle of Midway, including the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor just six months earlier, and the backgrounds and performance of U.S. naval leadership. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary. 4:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 16 min. U.S. Military in ChinaGeoff Babb; Steve WiebergMilitary historian Geoff Babb talked about the U.S. military’s relationship with China, ... Military historian Geoff Babb talked about the U.S. military’s relationship with China, beginning in the late 18th century and through the Korean and Vietnam Wars. 5:20 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 41 min. U.S. Navy Pilots at the Battle of MidwayTimothy J. Orr; John PentangeloTimothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during ... Timothy Orr talked about the experiences of the U.S. pilots who attacked the Japanese fleet during the Battle of Midway. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary.
6:05 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 52 min. Manhattan ProjectRuth Robbins; Martin J. SherwinProfessor Martin Sherwin talked about the Manhattan Project, beginning with the discovery of ... Professor Martin Sherwin talked about the Manhattan Project, beginning with the discovery of fission in 1938 through the use of atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Professor Sherwin is the author of A World Destroyed: Hiroshima and Its Legacies and co-author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer. Mr. Sherwin detailed the development of the atomic bomb, beginning with the discovery of fission in 1938 through the bombing of the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. 8:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 57 min. Our Man in CharlestonChristopher DickeyChristopher Dickey talked about his book Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in ... Christopher Dickey talked about his book Our Man in Charleston: Britain’s Secret Agent in the Civil War South, in which he recalls the role played by Robert Bunch, British consul assigned to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1853, in the lead-up to the American Civil War. In his book, the author reports that the South knew that acknowledgment by the British government was integral to their future success, and planned to deceive Britain regarding their plans to re-open the Atlantic slave trade to maintain the cotton industry. Bunch, who surreptitiously sent information back to his home country, informed the anti-slavery British government of the South’s hidden motives and recommended that their succession efforts be deterred. 9:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 48 min. Japanese Perspective on the Battle of MidwayChristopher Kolakowski; Anthony TullyAuthor Anthony Tully gave the Japanese perspective on the Battle of Midway. The battle took place ... Author Anthony Tully gave the Japanese perspective on the Battle of Midway. The battle took place June 4-7, 1942, in the Pacific Theater of World War II and resulted in a decisive naval victory for the U.S. over Japan. This talk was part of a day-long symposium to mark the battle’s 75th anniversary.
9:50 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 44 min. Confederate General Jubal Early's ReputationKathryn Shively Meier; Elizabeth R. VaronProfessor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate ... Professor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate general, focusing on his loss to Union General Philip Sheridan during the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign. She also analyzed Early’s memoirs and explored how he attempted to rehabilitate his reputation after the Civil War. This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History. 10:35 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 34 min. Shenandoah Valley and the Civil War, Part 1Stephen Cushman; John Matsui; Kathryn Shively Meier; Elizabeth R. VaronHistorians responded to audience questions on the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War. Topics ... Historians responded to audience questions on the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War. Topics included the role of religion in the valley during the war, supply problems faced by Confederate troops, and memoirs written by Confederate leaders after the war. This panel was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History. 11:15 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 8 min. 1950s American CulturePaul MorenoProfessor Paul Moreno talked about 1950s American culture. He described how post-World War II ... Professor Paul Moreno talked about 1950s American culture. He described how post-World War II society changed due to the Baby Boom, suburbanization, and the emergence of teen culture. He also charted how social norms changed from the Victorian era through the Progressive era and into the 1950s.
12:30 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 26 min. The President, June 1967This U.S. Naval Photographic Center film reports on the activities of President Lyndon Johnson ... This U.S. Naval Photographic Center film reports on the activities of President Lyndon Johnson through the month of June 1967. Events included the Six-Day War in the Middle East, nomination of Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court, visits by Prime Minister Holt of Australia, and a three-day summit with Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin in Glassboro, New Jersey. 12:59 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. President Johnson and the 1967 Six-Day WarMichael Mandelbaum; Dennis B. Ross; Nicholas Rostow; Robert SatloffForeign policy scholars talked about the Johnson administration’s response to the June 1967 ... Foreign policy scholars talked about the Johnson administration’s response to the June 1967 Six-Day War and how the outcome of the conflict has had a continuing effect on the situation in the Middle East. 2:34 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. President Reagan's Berlin Wall SpeechMarcus W. Brauchli; Richard Burt; Romesh Ratnesar; Peter Robinson; Peter WittigSpeechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President ... Speechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech and trip to West Berlin. 2017 is the 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s visit to Berlin where he delivered his “Tear Down This Wall Speech.”
3:58 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 52 min. The Palestinian People Do Have RightsThis 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces ... This 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces events from 1947 to 1978 with archival film, visits to refugee camps, and interviews with several Palestinians. 4:55 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. California Gold Rush Fires and FloodsGary Noy; Patty PforteGary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the ... Gary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the population explosion caused by the California Gold Rush. Mr. Noy is the author of Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss, and Luck. 6:00 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 18 min. Heurich Brewing CompanyKimberly BenderKimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who ... Kimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who started a successful brewing company in 1872. Ms. Bender explained the effects of Prohibition and World War I on the Heurich family and their brewing company.

This is the second of a two-part series.
6:19 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 8 min. 19th Century Irish ImmigrationHidetaka HirotaHistorian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: ... Historian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy. This interview took place at the Organization of American Historians' annual meeting. 6:28 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. President Reagan's Berlin Wall SpeechMarcus W. Brauchli; Richard Burt; Romesh Ratnesar; Peter Robinson; Peter WittigSpeechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President ... Speechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech and trip to West Berlin. 2017 is the 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s visit to Berlin where he delivered his “Tear Down This Wall Speech.” 8:00 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 11 min. John Quincy Adams and SlaverySara Martin; Matthew Mason; David WaldstreicherDavid Waldstreicher and Matthew Mason talked about their book, John Quincy Adams and the ... David Waldstreicher and Matthew Mason talked about their book, John Quincy Adams and the Politics of Slavery: Selections from the Diary.
9:12 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 46 min. Confederate General Jubal Early's ReputationKathryn Shively Meier; Elizabeth R. VaronProfessor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate ... Professor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate general, focusing on his loss to Union General Philip Sheridan during the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign. She also analyzed Early’s memoirs and explored how he attempted to rehabilitate his reputation after the Civil War. This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History. 9:56 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 18 min. Heurich Brewing CompanyKimberly BenderKimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who ... Kimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who started a successful brewing company in 1872. Ms. Bender explained the effects of Prohibition and World War I on the Heurich family and their brewing company.

This is the second of a two-part series.
10:16 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. 19th Century Irish ImmigrationHidetaka HirotaHistorian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: ... Historian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy. This interview took place at the Organization of American Historians' annual meeting.
10:26 PM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 23 min. President Reagan's Berlin Wall SpeechMarcus W. Brauchli; Richard Burt; Romesh Ratnesar; Peter Robinson; Peter WittigSpeechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President ... Speechwriter Peter Robinson and former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Burt recall President Reagan’s Berlin Wall speech and trip to West Berlin. 2017 is the 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s visit to Berlin where he delivered his “Tear Down This Wall Speech.”
Monday, June 26
12:00 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 11 min. John Quincy Adams and SlaverySara Martin; Matthew Mason; David WaldstreicherDavid Waldstreicher and Matthew Mason talked about their book, John Quincy Adams and the ... David Waldstreicher and Matthew Mason talked about their book, John Quincy Adams and the Politics of Slavery: Selections from the Diary. 1:13 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 44 min. Confederate General Jubal Early's ReputationKathryn Shively Meier; Elizabeth R. VaronProfessor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate ... Professor Kathryn Shively Meier talked about Jubal Early’s experiences as a Confederate general, focusing on his loss to Union General Philip Sheridan during the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign. She also analyzed Early’s memoirs and explored how he attempted to rehabilitate his reputation after the Civil War. This talk was part of a conference hosted by the University of Virginia’s Center for Civil War History. 1:58 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 52 min. The Palestinian People Do Have RightsThis 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces ... This 1979 United Nations film provides an Arab perspective on Palestine. The documentary traces events from 1947 to 1978 with archival film, visits to refugee camps, and interviews with several Palestinians.
2:53 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 58 min. California Gold Rush Fires and FloodsGary Noy; Patty PforteGary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the ... Gary Noy gave an illustrated talk about the devastating fires and floods that coincided with the population explosion caused by the California Gold Rush. Mr. Noy is the author of Gold Rush Stories: 49 Tales of Seekers, Scoundrels, Loss, and Luck. 3:57 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 51 min. World War I NavyJames Rentfrow; Ruth RobbinsProfessor James Rentfrow talked about how the U.S. Navy evolved in the 20 years between the ... Professor James Rentfrow talked about how the U.S. Navy evolved in the 20 years between the Spanish-American War and World War I, when the Naval Act of 1916 introduced submarines and instituted changes in weaponry and formation practice. The Smithsonian Associates hosted this event. 5:53 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 18 min. Heurich Brewing CompanyKimberly BenderKimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who ... Kimberly Bender talked about the Heurich House, built by German immigrant Christian Heurich who started a successful brewing company in 1872. Ms. Bender explained the effects of Prohibition and World War I on the Heurich family and their brewing company.

This is the second of a two-part series.
6:12 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 7 min. 19th Century Irish ImmigrationHidetaka HirotaHistorian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: ... Historian Hidetaka Hirota talked about his book on Irish immigration, Expelling the Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy. This interview took place at the Organization of American Historians' annual meeting. 6:21 AM EDT on C-SPAN3Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. President Johnson and the 1967 Six-Day WarMichael Mandelbaum; Dennis B. Ross; Nicholas Rostow; Robert SatloffForeign policy scholars talked about the Johnson administration’s response to the June 1967 ... Foreign policy scholars talked about the Johnson administration’s response to the June 1967 Six-Day War and how the outcome of the conflict has had a continuing effect on the situation in the Middle East.