LBJ Tapes: November 1963 calls

President Lyndon Johnson’s November 1963 calls, shortly after the assassination of President Kennedy. President Johnson talked to key… read more

President Lyndon Johnson’s November 1963 calls, shortly after the assassination of President Kennedy. President Johnson talked to key advisers and members of his cabinet and from Congress about the controversial closings of some defense facilities, the Federal budget, a coffee agreement, and legislation including the cotton, tax and civil rights bills. Also, calls about a pending NATO conference in Paris and a proposed visit by the entire cabinet to Japan, which the president opposes.

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LBJ Tapes: November 1963 calls

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Program ID:
407934-1
Category:
Radio
Format:
Compiled Program
Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States