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LBJ Recording of Telephone Conversation, WH Series, Nicholas Katzenbach, 2:27P

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Time: 2:27P Length of Conversation: 12:05 Outgoing call LBJ speaks. Speaker: Nicholas Katzenbach Topics: LBJ asks about Katzenbach's mother, praises his recent televised speech, asks him to make other appearances to discuss crime-fighting efforts, address labor's fears of civil rights act causing loss of jobs to Negroes; press reports of cabinet replacements. Comments: LBJ on hold 1:05.
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Sound
Format:
Paper Dictation Belt Digital Audio Tape (Dat)
Contributors:
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. (Nicholas deBelleville), 1922
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Copyright ; President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication. ; Restricted - Possibly
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