President Johnson's Address to Congress
Tapes of President Johnson’s telephone conversations before and after the speech are included.
President Johnson spoke to a joint session of Congress following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He reflected on Kennedy’s legacy in office and pledged to continue to honor the country’s obligations.
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