The LBJ Tapes: Vietnam Peace Proposals

President Lyndon Johnson discussed the war in Vietnam, including peace proposals from foreign leaders and from Senator Robert Kennedy. He also… read more

President Lyndon Johnson discussed the war in Vietnam, including peace proposals from foreign leaders and from Senator Robert Kennedy. He also discussed an agreement with the Soviet Union about consulates. His discussions were with Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield, Republican Leader Everett Dirksen and the chairmen of the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees. Marc Selverstone, chair of the Presidential Recordings Project at the Miller Center, talked to us about significant events in March 1967, the calls in this program and President Johnson’s place in the recent C-SPAN Presidents Survey.

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The LBJ Tapes: Vietnam Peace Proposals

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Program ID:
424825-1
Category:
Radio
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Compiled Program
Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
First Aired:
Mar 04, 2017 | 6:20pm EST | C-SPAN RADIO

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  • Mar 04, 2017 | 6:20pm EST | C-SPAN RADIO