Vietnam Center and Archive Collection Finding Aid

Collection Finding Aid

Title
Larry Berman Collection (Presidential Archives Research)
Collection Number
024
Date(s)
Undated
Size
26.0 linear feet
Physical Location(s)
D113.3A
Processed by
R. Frankum, Nov. 2001[Updated: Feb. 2006 by T. Reynolds]
Digitization Status
Items from this collection have been digitized and are available in the Virtual Vietnam Archive.

To search for items within this collection, or within all of the holdings of the Vietnam Archive, go to the Virtual Vietnam Archive

Scope and Content

Approximately 52 linear feet of documents collected by Larry Berman from Presidential archives, including the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, and the National Archives document various aspects of Presidential and United States' policies during the Vietnam Conflict. Documents have a date range of 1954-1995, with the bulk of the documents originating from the war era (1954-1975). Documents of note include materials on White House staff files, campaigns and elections, cabinet meeting notes, government telegrams and letters, and newspaper indexes on public opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1968 - 1975. All documents were used by Larry Berman in the research for his books.

Biographical Note

Larry Berman was born on April 29, 1951 in the Bronx, New York City. He received his B.A. (1973) from The American University, graduating Magna cum laude and his M.A. (1973) and Ph.D. 91975) from Princeton University. Dr. Berman is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California at Davis. His works include: The Office of Management and Budget and the Presidency, 1921-1979 (Princeton University Press, 1979); Planning a tragedy : the Americanization of the war in Vietnam (W.W. Norton, 1982); Lyndon Johnson's war : the road to stalemate in Vietnam (W.W. Norton, 1989).

Rights and Access

Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research

Collection Inventory

Contents
Box
Folder
Location
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, 1954-1963
1
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January-April 1964
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May-July 1964
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 1-3, 1964
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 4, 1964
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 5, 1964
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 6, 1964
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 7, 1964
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 8, 1964
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 9-14, 1964
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 15-October 7, 1964
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 12-December 31, 1964
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 1-6, 1965
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 7-18, 1965
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 19-31, 1965
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 1-9, 1965
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 10-14, 1965
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 15-18, 1965
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 19-28, 1965
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 1-17, 1965
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 18-31, 1965
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 1-8, 1965
22
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 9-14, 1965
23
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 15-21, 1965
24
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 22-25, 1965
25
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 26-30, 1965
26
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 1-15, 1965
27
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 16-31, 1965
28
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 1-5, 1965
2
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 6-9, 1965
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 10-11, 1965
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 12-16, 1965
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 17-19, 1965
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 20-23, 1965
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 24-28, 1965
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 29, 1965
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 30, 1965
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 1-3, 1965
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 4-9, 1965
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 10-11, 1965
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 12-16, 1965
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 17-19, 1965
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 20, 1965
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 21-22, 1965
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 23-26, 1965
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 27, 1965
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 28-31, 1965
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 4-5, 1965
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 5-10, 1965
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 11-18, 1965
22
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 19-24, 1965
23
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 25-31, 1965
24
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 1-8, 1965
3
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 9-14, 1965
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 15-22, 1965
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 23-30, 1965
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 1-6, 1965
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 7-21, 1965
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 22-31, 1965
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 1-10, 1965
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 11-30, 1965
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 1-6, 1965
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 7-21, 1965
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 22-26, 1965
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 27-31, 1965
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 1-2, 1966
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 3-4, 1966
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 5-11, 1966
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 12-14, 1966
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 15-18, 1966
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 19-21, 1966
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 22-24, 1966
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 24-26, 1966
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 27-28, 1966
22
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 29-31, 1966
23
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 1-5, 1966
4
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 5-8, 1966
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 9-11, 1966
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 12-14, 1966
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 15-19, 1966
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 20-23, 1966
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 24-28, 1966
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 1-10, 1966
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 11-31, 1966
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 1-6, 1966
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 7-13, 1966
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 14-19, 1966
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 20-30, 1966
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 1-9, 1966
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 10-13, 1966
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 14-18, 1966
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 19-24, 1966
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 25-31, 1966
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 1-8, 1966
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 9-14, 1966
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 15-21, 1966
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 22-30, 1966
22
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 1-7, 1966
23
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 8-15, 1966
24
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 16-31, 1966
25
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 1-10, 1966
5
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 11-24, 1966
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 25-31, 1966
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 1-19, 1966
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 20-26, 1966
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 27-30, 1966
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 1, 1966
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 2-5, 1966
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 6-10, 1966
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 11-14, 1966
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 15-18, 1966
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 19-23, 1966
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 24-31, 1966
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 1-7, 1966
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 8-19, 1966
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 20-30, 1966
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 1, 1966
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 2-11, 1966
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 12-21, 1966
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 22-31, 1966
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 1-5, 1967
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 6-11, 1967
6
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 12-20, 1967
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 21-31, 1967
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 2-8, 1967
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 9-20, 1967
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 21-28, 1967
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 1-7, 1967
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 8-13, 1967
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 14-16, 1967
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 17, 1967
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 18-22, 1967
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 23-24, 1967
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 25-31, 1967
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 1-16, 1967
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, April 17-30, 1967
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 1-6, 1967
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 7-11, 1967
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 12-18, 1967
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 19, 1967
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 20-23, 1967
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, May 24-31, 1967
7
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 1-5, 1967
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 6-13, 1967
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 14-21, 1967
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 22-26, 1967
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, June 26-30, 1967
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 1-7, 1967
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 8-13, 1967
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 14-23, 1967
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 24-25, 1967
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, July 25-31, 1967
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 1-4, 1967
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 5-9, 1967
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 10-14, 1967
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 15-17, 1967
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 18-22, 1967
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, August 23-31, 1967
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 1-5, 1967
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 6-12, 1967
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 13-15, 1967
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 16-21, 1967
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, September 22-30, 1967
25
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 1, 1967
8
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 2-5, 1967
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 6-10, 1967
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 11-13, 1967
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 14-17, 1967
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 18-20, 1967
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 21-25, 1967
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, October 26-31, 1967
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 1-2, 1967
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 3-6, 1967
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 7-8, 1967
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 9-10, 1967
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 11-14, 1967
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 15-16, 1967
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, Novmeber 17-20, 1967
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 21-22, 1967
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 23-27, 1967
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, November 28-30, 1967
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 1-4, 1967
9
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 5-9, 1967
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 10-13, 1967
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 14-19, 1967
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, December 20-31, 1967
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, undated, 1968
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 1-4, 1968
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, Janaury 5-13, 1968
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 14-17, 1968
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 18-21, 1968
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 22-24, 1968
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 25-27, 1968
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 28-29, 1968
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 30, 1968
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, January 31, 1968
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, undated February and February 1 1968
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 2-3, 1968
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 4, 1968
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 5-6, 1968
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 7, 1968
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 8, 1968
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 9, 1968
22
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 10-11, 1968
10
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 12, 1968
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 13, 1968
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 14, 1968
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 15-16, 1968
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 17-18, 1968
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 19-20, 1968
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 21-22, 1968
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 23, 1968
9
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 24, 1968
10
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 27, 1968
11
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 28, 1968
12
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, February 29, 1968
13
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, Undated in March, 1968
14
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 1, 1968
15
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 2-3, 1968
16
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 4, 1968
17
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 5-6, 1968
18
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 7-8, 1968
19
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 9-10, 1968
20
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 11-12, 1968
21
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 13-14, 1968
11
1
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 15-16, 1968
2
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 17-18, 1968
3
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 19, 1968
4
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 20-21, 1968
5
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 22-23, 1968
6
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 24-25, 1968
7
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 26, 1968
8
Presidential Studies Archive, Chronological File, March 27-28, 1968
9
White House Staff Files, Clark Clifford, February-March 1968
12
1
White House Staff Files, General Files, August 1967-March 1968
2
White House Staff Files, Military, March 1967-January 1968
3
Campaigns and Elections, volume 1, part 1, 1964-July 1967
4
Campaigns and Elections, volume 1, part 2, July-October 1967
5
Campaigns and Elections, volume 2, part 1, October 1967-February 1968
6
Campaigns and Elections, volume 2, part 2, February-March 1968
7
Credibility Gap, 1964-January 1967
8
Credibility Gap, March-December 1967
9
Credibility Gap, Relations with the Press, 1963-1968
10
LBJ National Security Files (Copy of the Guide to the Microfilm)
11
Presidential Appointment Logs, January-May 3, 1965
12
Presidential Appointment Logs, May 4-May 11, 1965
13
Reports from the Defense Technical Information Center
14
Hawkins Information
15
Robert E. Kinter, April 1965-May 1966
13
1
Robert E. Kinter, June-August 1966
2
Robert E. Kinter, September-December 1966
3
Robert E. Kinter, January 1967
4
Robert E. Kinter, February-April 1967
5
George Ball, Memorandum on cutting losses in South Vietnam
6
George Ball, Vietnam Memoranda, October 1964-June 1965
7
Vietnam Administrative Files
8
Vietnam Administrative Files
9
Meeting Notes, March 1-December 21, 1965
14
1
Meeting Notes, January 1-May 12, 1966
2
Meeting Notes, May 13-17, 1966
3
Meeting Notes, May 18-June 10, 1966
4
Meeting Notes, June 11-July 31, 1966
5
Meeting Notes, August 1-October 20, 1966
6
Meeting Notes, October 21-November 30, 1966
7
Meeting Notes, December 1, 1966-January 20, 1967
8
Meeting Notes, January 20-March 1, 1967
9
Meeting Notes, May 1-August 31, 1967
10
Meeting Notes, September 1-17, 1967
11
Meeting Notes, September 19-November 30, 1967
12
Meeting Notes, December 1, 1967-April 30, 1968
13
Meeting Notes, undated
14
Meeting Notes, undated
15
1
Cabinet Meeting Notes, February-September 1965
2
Cabinet Meeting Notes, October 1965-March 1966
3
Cabinet Meeting Notes, April-May 1966
4
Cabinet Meeting Notes, June 1966
5
Cabinet Meeting Notes, July-October 1967
6
Cabinet Meeting Notes, November 1967-March 1968
7
Research Notes, 1964-1968
8
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), January 1964-March 1965
16
1
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), March-May 1965
2
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), May-June 1965
3
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), June 1965
4
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), July 1965
5
Microfilm Copies of LBJ (Government Telegrams and Letters), July-October 1965
6
White House Staff (General), February-June 1967
7
White House Staff (General), June-December 1968
8
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams), November 1963-May 1967
9
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams), May 1966-February 1967
10
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams),
11
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams),
12
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams),
13
White House Staff (Government Letters and Telegrams),
14
Presidential Mail, April 1965-June 1966
17
1
Presidential Mail, July 1966-December 1968
2
Articles on Lyndon B. Johnson
3
Newspaper clippings on the Lyndon B. Johnson Administration
4
Miscellaneous Material on Lyndon B. Johnson
5
Administrative Policy
18
1
Outline of Issues to be decided on Program Coordination, Evaluation and Development
Memo to Pres. From McGeorge Bundy concerning Bundy's resignation
Proposals to build stronger capacities for program coordination, evaluation, and planning in the Executive Office of the President
Why an Office of Program Coordination with no authority to overrule agency actions may prove ineffective on tough coordination issues.
Legal Considerations Involved in creating new EOP units
Further Notes on Program Operations Clearance System
Policy Formulation During the Johnson Administration
1965 Reorganization Program
Memo for Mr. Bundy: The Need for Stocktaking and a Proposal for doing it. , October 12, 1964
Possible candidates for Ambassador, December 21, 1964
Use of electronical and mechanical devices used to spy, June 20, 1965
Possible candidates for Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, July 1, 1965
Memo for President: Letter for Cabot Lodge reaffirming his responsibilities, July 28, 1965
Memo to Pres.: Organization of the National Security Staff, August 2, 1965
Draft memo on the obligations of Presidential Appointees with respect to privileged information, August 4, 1965
Memo for President from McGeorge Bundy: Standards for public comment by previous administrators. , August 4, 1965
Memo for President: Administration policy on books and articles by those who leave us. , August 12, 1965
Memo for President: Do's and Don'ts for State Dept. Meeting, August 18, 1965
Letter to Mac from Bill Moyers wanting better research., August 19, 1965
LBJ's handling of the presidency, September 5, 1965
Memos regarding report of government organization, September 20, 1965
Memo for heads of Executive departments and major agencies, November 1, 1965
Concerning whom to put in the position of Acting Special Assistant in Charge of National Security. , March 1, 1966
Biographical Data on Robert E. Kinter, March 31, 1966
Memo for cabinet members and agency heads regarding Robert Kintner taking new position as Special Assistant to the President and Secretary of the Cabinet, May 4, 1966
Staff Meeting , May 13, 1966
Minutes of Staff Meeting, June 24, 1966
Follow up on the Recommendations of the White House Conference on International Cooperation , July 14, 1966
Cabinet Meeting, August 25, 1966
Handling of a cabinet meeting, January 16, 1967
Staff meeting, January 20, 1967
Job offers in the White House , January 21, 1967
Background check on William J. Miller, January 24, 1967
Ideas for Cabinet Meetings, January 27, 1967
An Office of Program Management in the Executive Office of the President Based on Federal-State Partnership , February 16, 1967
Number of people attending staff meetings, February 18, 1967
Controversy over the CIA, February 20, 1967
Robert Kinther's request for job classification, March 1, 1967
Preliminary thoughts on the evaluation and coordination of Presidential policy, March 20, 1967
Interagency Program Coordination in the EOP: Organizational Needs, Problems, and Alternatives, March 27, 1967
Organizing the Executive Office of the President for Better Program Development, March 27, 1967
Use of burn bags for classified and sensitive materials, March 31, 1967
Agenda for Cabinet Meeting, August 2, 1967
Memo for Fred Punzer from John P. Roche about President Writers, August 8, 1967
Memo for President from John P. Roche concerning Senator Fullbright and Separation of Powers, September 1, 1967
Memo for the President: The condition of the administration , September 8, 1967
Cabinet meeting, November 15, 1967
Executive Branch Committees, November 29, 1967
Hiring Ed Pauley in a Commanding Position, January 26, 1968
Memo to President from Tom Johnson on Internal matters of whether of not the President said something. , February 5, 1968
Meeting agenda questions regarding strategy of the administration , March 15, 1968
George Reedy's Thoughts on Major Problems of the Office of the Presidency, May 8, 1968
Studies of the Presidency, May 14, 1968
Roles in the Office of the Presidency , May 16, 1968
Devier Pierson's Views on the Major Problems of the Office of the Presidency, May 16, 1968
Rostow's Views on The Office of the Presidency, May 17, 1968
Harry C. McPherson's Views on the Office of the Presidency, May 20, 1968
Allowances and benefits to which you will be entitled as a former President , May 24, 1968
Ideas on getting President Johnson's Foreign Policy story told correctly , July 5, 1968
Request for detailed outlines for new initiatives to be added to administration policy , September 4, 1968
Planning for an orderly transition of the Presidency, September 9, 1968
Suggested order of business for NSC Meeting on issues coming up in UN General Assembly , September 24, 1968
Good Management Practices , October 23, 1968
Transition Representatives, October 25, 1968
Reorganization Possibilities, Nov. 5, 1968
Future Supreme Court appointments, November 18, 1968
Opening Statement for a Cabinet Meeting , December 7, 1968
Charlie Brown Installations, December 20, 1968
The Issues Process and Related Matters, February 2, 1971
Budget
2
1966 GNP estimates
Memo from Joe Califane to President concerning FY 67 budget
Memo for Jim Jones Deflat calculations for Fiscal years 1968 and 1969
Development of planning figures for the 1967 budget.
Potential Sales of Loans to Non-Federal Buyers in Fiscal 1967.
The Balance of Payments Program of New Years Day, 1968
Gold Crisis Chronology and Annotated Index of Documents , 1967
Gold Crisis, 1967
For President: budget cutting, tax possibilities (penny tax)
Bureau of the Budget 1966 Legislative program proposals preliminary annotated check list coversheet
The Sterling Crisis and a loan to the UK, November 24, 1964
Troika Review of Economic and Fiscal Outlook, March 31, 1965
Thinking ahead on Economic problems, May 5, 1965
Economists' views on the outlook, June 2, 1965
Memo for the President: Reasons for avoiding a billion dollar appropriation in Vietnam, July 19, 1965
Memo for President: Reasons for avoiding a big military Appropriation in Vietnam, July 23, 1965
Reasons for avoiding a big military appropriation in Vietnam, July 23, 1965
Economic Aspects of Vietnam, July 30, 1965
Memo for the President from Gardner Ackley Subject: The Price Situation and Outlook, August 25, 1965
Economic outlook, November 25, 1965
Memo for Charles Schulte from Lt. White (Special Council to the President) on budget problem , December 3, 1965
Memo for Pres. - Policy implication of the Budget, December 17, 1965
From Joe Califano to Pres.: Defense Department Budget, December 23, 1965
Memo for Joseph Califerno: Notes of meeting discussing coordination of responsibilities and work of Troika in contingency planning, economic surveillance, and price watching. , February 10, 1966
Memo pressing LBJ's quick response on memos from the Bureau of the Budget. , February 19, 1966
Memo for President: Possible reductions in the 1967 budget., June 10, 1966
Cutting expenditures, June 16, 1966
Pieces of the economic package, September 1, 1966
Senator Mansfiled wanting assistance giving to home builders under FHA and VA loans., October 7, 1966
Economic News Notes. Preliminary GNP, December 14, 1966
Economic News Notes - Preliminary GNP, December 14, 1966
Memo for President. Subject: How well did we estimate expenditures?, August 4, 1967
NASA appropriations , November 7, 1967
1968 and 1969 Budgets, November 20, 1967
Budget Cuts, November 27, 1967
Over-all strategy for fiscal 1969, December 4, 1967
Memo for President: Fiscal Monetary Issues, December12, 1967
Budget
3
The President's Balance of Payments Message of January 1, 1968 chronology and Annotated Documents, January 1, 1968
Budget schedule in Congress, February 3, 1968
Meeting Notes with Fiscal Advisors, March 20, 1968
An Overall Ceiling on Appropriations and Expenditures, March 23, 1968
Memo for President from Charles Zwick: An overall ceiling on appropriations and expenditures. , March 23, 1968
Budget Options for Your Monday Night Speech, April 6, 1968
The Economics of Budget Options , April 6, 1968
Deficit Calculations for Fiscal Years 1968 and 1969, April 11, 1968
Why We Cannot Accept Larger Cutbacks, April 30, 1968
My Position on Cutbacks, April 30, 1968
Reorganization of the Budget Bureau, May 6, 1968
Explanation of Possible World Financial Crisis, May 21, 1968
Troika Forecast, July 26, 1968
FY'69 + '70 Budget Issues, August 8, 1968
Development of legislative proposals for the Budget, August 26, 1968
List of transition papers being prepared by the Bureau of the Budget, September 17, 1968
Administration Attitude toward Regulatory Agency Budgets, October 18, 1968
Fiscal '70 budget meeting, November 12, 1968
Troika Review of the Budget and Economic Outlook, December 10, 1968
Troika Review of the Budget and Economic Outlook, December 10, 1968
Budgetary Options , December 27, 1968
Budget Options , December 30, 1968
Communists
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MACV briefing on enemy order of battle
Rates of infiltration and resulting total North Vietnamese strength in South Vietnam, August 7, 1965
Intelligence Memo Evidence of Continuing Vietnamese Communist War Preparations , January 24, 1966
VC/NVA in Northern II Corps, September 27, 1966
Infiltration by month, December 1966
Comparative Communist Military Strength + Memo to Pres. From Walt Rostow about statistics. , January 12, 1967
Central Intelligence Agency memo: The Communist Build-up in South Vietnam's Northern I Corps, May 11, 1967
Ambassador Komer estimate of Viet Cong irregular strength, May 18, 1967
Strength of VC Irregular Forces , May 21, 1967
New Intelligence estimates on communist strengths in SVN, August 18, 1967
North Vietnam's Involvement with the Viet Cong, October 22, 1967
Nat. Sec. Council Memo Sub. Capabilities of the Vietnamese Communists for Fighting in South Vietnam , October 28, 1967
Communist Strength in South Vietnam, October 28, 1967
Memo for Mr. Rostow: Communist Strengths in South Vietnam , October 28, 1967
Figures on enemy OB by corps area, November 9, 1967
Special National Intelligence Estimate: Capabilities of The Vietnamese Communists for fighting in South Vietnam, November 13, 1967
White House Memo Sub. Capabilities of the Vietnamese Communists for Fighting in South Vietnam. , November 15, 1967
Memo from Dick Helms' and a new National Intelligence Estimate entitled Capabilities of The Vietnamese Communists for Fighting in South Vietnam. , November 15, 1967
MACV Briefing on Enemy Order of Battle, November 24, 1967
Nat. Sec. Council Memo to Mr. Rostow Subject: Communist Strengths in South Vietnam, December 13, 1967
Memo for Walt Rostow from CIA Papers on Viet Cong Strategy, December 15, 1967
VC Military Order of Battle in IV Corps, December 18, 1967
From Gen. Wheeler about high casualty figures. , February 8, 1968
Memo: Increase in Enemy Forces in Vietnam since December. , February 11, 1968
Figures of Enemy Strength in South Vietnam, February 16, 1968
Memo regarding communist alternatives in Vietnam, February 29, 1968
North Vietnamese infiltration, May 17, 1968
Evaluation of infiltration and enemy's manpower policy, May 24, 1968
Magnitude of Current infiltration effort , May 24, 1968
Paper on infiltration, May 27, 1968
Infiltration, June 12, 1968
Appraisal of enemy and friendly situation, July 9, 1968
General Military and Infiltration Training in NVN, August 16, 1968
North Vietnamese Role in South Vietnam, August 26, 1968
Estimates of infiltration arrivals, September 9, 1968
Thieu's assessment of the enemy's current strategy, September 16, 1968
Appraisal of friendly and Enemy situation, October 7, 1968
Current state of infiltration, October 8, 1968
North Vietnamese Units Proposition, October 11, 1968
North Vietnamese Troop Withdrawals, October 16, 1968
Clark Clifford Press Conference, Turbine Electric Drive Submarine Program, Withdrawal of North Vietnamese , October 25, 1968
Intelligence of the Enemy's Military and Political Capabilities and objectives, November 4, 1968
Estimates of North Vietnamese personnel in South Vietnam, November 16, 1968
Domestic Policy, November 1963 - June 1964
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Domestic Policy, August 1964 - June 1965
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Closing of the New Frontier Club, January 13, 1965
Effect of an oral contraceptive, April 1, 1965
Domestic Policy, July 1965 - December 1966
Letter to Ackley from Bethlehem Steel Corporation concerning changes in prices of structural shapes and pilings, January 2, 1966
Memo to Pres. From George Reedy concerning price increase of steel industry products, January 3, 1966
February 10, meeting, April 21, 1966
Memo for Walt Rostow regarding situation when President refused to see a group of Indiana Democrats. , May 11, 1966
Memo for President concerning problems in a Civil Rights conference in dealing with Vietnam issues, May 18, 1966
Memo for Mr. Marvin Watson regarding having Edgar J. Hoover investigate bomb throwers who were seeking to disrupt Civil Rights Conference. , May 20, 1966
A survey of the Political climate in New Hampshire June 1966, June 1966
Watts Riots, June 18, 1966
Cabinet Meeting , July 14, 1966
Chicago demonstrations and threats of MLK Jr.'s life, August 5, 1966
New Jersey Office of Economic Opportunity Memo, December 5, 1966
Accomplishments , December 14, 1966
Urban Development Corporation , December 21, 1966
Domestic Policy - January 1967- June 1967
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Relations with the Public, January 27, 1967
Peace corps protest of administration's Vietnam policy , March 1, 1967
Visiting the Negro ghettos of California, March 14, 1967
Walter Lippmann's Credibility Series, March 31, 1967
California Political Situation, May 19, 1967
Domestic Policy July 1967 - December 1967
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Notes on meeting on the Detroit riot. , July 24, 1967
Memo for President: Notes of meeting with Secretary McNamara, Abe Fortas, and George Christian sending of a Federal team to Detroit, July 24, 1967
Memo detailing the situation in Harlem and Bedford - Stryvesant , August 14, 1967
Citizen's committee in support of the Vietnam policy, October 16, 1967
Credibility Gap, October 23, 1967
Memo to president about book The Heir Opponent - Robert Kennedy and the Struggle for Power , November 2, 1967
Senator Jesse Unruh opinions , November 7, 1967
Memo for George Christian from Ernest Goldstein, Credibility Gap, December 12, 1967
Credibility Gap, December 13, 1967
Domestic Policy, January 1968 - April 1968
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Togan Act Violations by Stokely Carmichael, January 19, 1968
Regarding memo from James Cuff O'Brien: A Statewide Steel Workers' Political Action Conference in California. , February 27, 1968
Memo regarding Sen. Russell of Georgia receiving an award and using it to benefit the Hawks, March 7, 1968
Memo to President regarding the need to find a better way to communicate with the young in Vietnam., March 15, 1968
Memo to Barefoot Sanders from Irv Sprague: Daily Congressional Contact Report, March 16, 1968
Dept. of Defense Programs Immediately Relevant to the Disadvantaged, March 20, 1968
Queens District Leaders talk, March 27, 1968
Use of Voting Records, March 29, 1968
Purdue Aeronautics Corporation , April 2, 1968
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing , April 3, 1968
Weekly Summary of Presidential Merit, April 4, 1968
Analysis of the best statement to make towards bettering race relations following Dr. King assassination, and budget policy in reference to Vietnam, April 10, 1968
Social Program , April 11, 1968
Credibility Gap, April 17, 1968
Domestic Policy, May 1968 - January 1969
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Study initiated by Institute for Defense Analyses about process of National Security policy informulated , May 14, 1968
Major Problems, May 16, 1968
Presidential Representative in Los Angeles to assist the Kennedy family following Bobby Kennedy's shotting. , June 5, 1968
Putting National Guard on Alert, June 5, 1968
Shooting by 3 blacks of 3 whites and a woman, June 5, 1968
Situation in the district, June 5, 1968
Raise Public Recognition of the Administration Following Bobby Kennedy's Assassination, June 10, 1968
Jack Valenti's impressions of Presidential Speech on Bobby Kennedy's Assassination, June 17, 1968
Highlights of significant recent developments in 114 cities resulting from Federal Assistance, October 2, 1968
Possibility of anti-war demonstrations in Pittsburgh, October 30, 1968
Labor Situations , December 12, 1968
Topics for Discussion at Leadership Breakfast , January 5, 1969
Eisenhower
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Meeting with General Eisenhower, June 16, 1965
Lodge's meeting with General Eisenhower, August 11, 1965
Memo to General Goodpaster to prepare him for conversation with General Eisenhower, August 19, 1965
Memo to President from McGeorge Bundy concerning notes of topics discussed between President Eisenhower and J.F.K. , August 26, 1965
Meeting with General Eisenhower, September 14, 1965
Meeting with General Eisenhower , October 20, 1965
President Eisenhower's Views on NATO, November 14, 1965
Meeting with General Eisenhower, January 4, 1966
Meeting with General Eisenhower, January 24, 1966
Memo to President stating Eisenhower happy to make statement in support of bombing. , January 28, 1966
Meeting with General Eisenhower, March 12, 1966
Telephone conversations with General Eisenhower, April 25, 1966
Meeting with General Eisenhower, June 22, 1966
Meeting with General Eisenhower, July 15, 1966
Goodpaster briefing General Eisenhower on the Vietnam War, September 19, 1966
Meeting with General Eisenhower, April 7, 1967
Regarding a memo of meeting with General Eisenhower, June 13, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, July 12, 1967
Eisenhower's thoughts on Vietnam and Middle East, July 21, 1967
Memo on meeting with Eisenhower, August 9, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, August 10, 1967
Informing Cabinet Members of Eisenhower - Kennedy Discussion on Southeast Asia, October 6, 1967
Remaining problems in the administration and Eisenhower's remarks about Vietnam. , October 7, 1967
Planning a meeting with General Eisenhower, October 11, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, October 18, 1967
Admiral Strauss' discussion with General Eisenhower, November 9, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower on Soviet Union and Vietnam, November 9, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, November 20, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, November 21, 1967
Meeting with General Eisenhower, January 18, 1968
Telephone conversation with General Eisenhower, January 29, 1968
Eisenhower quote about D-Day Invasion, February 4, 1968
Memo for Pres. From A.J. Goodpaster: Summary of meeting with General Eisenhower, February 9, 1968
Telephone conversation with General Eisenhower from A. J. Goodpaster, February 14, 1968
Eisenhower's final legislative program highlights to reexamine, August 26, 1968
Elections
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Report from Cliff Carter regarding U.S. Senate candidates , March 21, 1966
Help Democrats get returned to House of Representatives, September 5, 1966
Regarding printing a handbook for Democratic candidates. , June 23, 1967
California Political Situation, July 1967
Set of Memos concerning California Delegation, August 7, 1967
Goldwater vs. Rockefeller, and Vietnam, August 23, 1967
11th Congressional District race in California, October 19, 1967
Significance of the 1967 elections, November 21, 1967
Congressman Don Edwards support of McCarthy, November 27, 1967
Gene McCarthy plans against Eppie Evron, December 4, 1967
Roy Archibald's support of LBJ and re-election, December 6, 1967
McCarthy's candidacy, December 11, 1967
Summary of press articles on Eugene McCarthy's Presidential bid, December 15, 1967
Selection of Lynch delegation in California, January 2, 1968
Memo on Senate race, January 12, 1968
Memo for President about running for another term, January 17, 1968
California McCarthy Movement, January 22, 1968
Memo to Marvin Watson from John Criswell: Primaries, February 3, 1968
Memo to Marvin Watson from Irv Sprague. California report regarding primaries, March 6, 1968
Memo for Marvin Watson to Irv Sprague on California delegates, March 8, 1968
Questions about California , March 12, 1968
Primaries, March 13, 1968
Oregon and California Primaries, March 15, 1968
James Rowe requesting the assistant of Irv Spraug with California and Oregon primaries. , March 15, 1968
Delegates, March 30, 1968
VP platform, July 11, 1968
Governor of New Jersey's views on upcoming Democratic Convention and the Vice President's running for president, July 30, 1968
How to Win an Election, September 12, 1968
Nixon's campaign thrust on domestic issues, September 16, 1968
Nixon's TV spots, September 19, 1968
Foreign Policy Beyond Vietnam
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Briefing Memo: President's Talk with British Foreign Security and Defense Minister.
Memo to President from Douglass Carter: The View from The Kremlin, December 28, 1964
President involvement in foreign affairs, February 6, 1965
Push to get McGeorge Bundy to testify on the Dominican Republic, August 4, 1965
Memo for President concerning Dick Neustadt and his conversations with the British. , August 12, 1965
Memo to President from McGeorge Bundy concerning whether to make public the showing of Gemini shots to the Soviet Union. , August 24, 1965
Regarding memo: Germany and Non-Proliferation , October 30, 1965
Request for someone in Latin America foreign politics to est. a background bypass, June 4, 1966
Notes on meeting with William Gaud, AID Administrator by Mac Destler, June 7, 1967
Middle East Desalinization, July 19, 1967
Talking points for King Hussein, November 8, 1967
China Experts Meeting with the President, February 2, 1968
Soviet Jewry, April 2, 1968
NSC Meeting on NATO, June 19, 1968
Order of business for NSC meeting on Issues Raised by the Czech Crisis, September 4, 1968
Message of support to the Germans, September 4, 1968
General Correspondence
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Lincoln Quotes
A quote by Justice Holmes for Pres. Speeches
Potential jokes to use in a speech
Concerning a book being written on foreign policy by Jack Leacaces.
Memo to President: Justice Goldberg's opinion on funeral, November 23, 1963
Condition of Chief Justice's health, January 13, 1965
Letter from Hohn Steinbeck , January 14, 1965
Thoughts on Bobby Kennedy and loyalty, June 24, 1965
Plan to take a trip to talk to govt. leaders, July 9, 1965
Memo for President Subject: Phone call to Jack McClay and Arthur Dean, July 18, 1965
Memo for President concerning Wilber Mills asking McGeorge Bundy to speak in county on same platform. , July 22, 1965
About Alice Rivlin, a Brookings economist, July 22, 1965
Memo for Bundy concerning working dinner to address questions pertaining to foreign affairs and the domestic audience, July 28, 1965
Memo for President: August weekends for Bundy, August 12, 1965
Concerning a meeting with Senator Symington, January 4, 1966
Memo for John Steadman regarding a meeting with Assistant Secretaries of Defense. , May 30, 1966
Wedding Gifts going through the Secret Service, July 12, 1966
Memo to President from Robert Kintner, July 25, 1966
Whether president should meet with Rowland Evans off the record, July 28, 1966
Robert Kintner suggestion that the President should be friendly to Rowland Evans, August 3, 1966
Donation to German Military Museum, August 9, 1966
Information released by the White House , December 10, 1966
Installation of atomic radiation and fire detection equipment at LBJ's ranch , December 14, 1966
Meeting of Mayors with Sergeant Shriver, January 28, 1967
Cancellation of Fund Raising activities, February 17, 1967
Whether or not to let Ambassador Goldberg speak at the meeting, April 17, 1967
Memo regarding statements made by secretary Gardner, July 12, 1967
A letter of protest from W.H. Locke Anderson over North Vietnam, August 6, 1967
Status of Milton Eisenhower, August 8, 1967
Memo for Tom Johnson concerning a Newsweek article calling President Johnson the First U.S. President in U.S. history to be beset simultaneously with a major war abroad and a major rebellion at home . , August 28, 1967
Memo for Marvin Watson from Irv Sprague. Governor Brown giving full support to President. , September 20, 1967
A Lincoln quote to use in a future speech, October 11, 1967
Criticism of Fulbright, October 16, 1967
Humor to add to a speech , December 11, 1967
Memo to President from Robert Ginsburgh regarding how to manage in trying times., February 4, 1968
Humorous contributions to the National Conference of Christians and Jews, February 15, 1968
Memo from Bill McSweeney to John Criswell concerning Ted Kennedy's next Vietnam Speech as reported by Dick Stewart of The Boston Globe, February 16, 1968
A quote from the National Review, February 21, 1968
Memo to Marvin Watson from Irv Sprague: Memo of notes on California. , February 28, 1968
Memo from Harry McPherson to Clark Clifford states he maybe interested in meeting Zbig Brzezinsky. , March 18, 1968
Quote for Difficult Times, April 19, 1968
Quote on the Mexican-Americans , June 2, 1968
Visiting with the Kennedy's at the Hospital, June 5, 1968
Mrs. Johnson not planning to go to noon church services, June 5, 1968
Yuki getting treated for fleas, June 5, 1968
Possible Funerals for Bobby Kennedy, June 6, 1968
Sympathy note to Kennedy family, June 6, 1968
Mrs. Johnson wondering if President would sit for a picture, June 7, 1968
Ordering of book To Heal and Build , June 10, 1968
Senator Juiska impressed with Ramsey Clark's testimony, July 15, 1968
Bourbon being sent to the President, August 14, 1968
Harry C. McPherson trying to get support from the clergy for Abe, September 23, 1968
Two Presidential Quotations, October 15, 1968
A thank you to Jack Valenti for support, November 23, 1968
Nixon's clothing choice for Inauguration Day, December 21, 1968
Letter to Thomas Johnson form Mr. George Bundy concerning manuscript notes, August 5, 1969
Letter about CBS documentary: The Uncounted Enemy, A Vietnam Description, July 6, 1982
Legislation
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How to portray President on Vietnam stance, Great Society, 1966 Elections and Communications, April 25, 1966
Labor Bill , June 16, 1947
Memo for Garden Time for meetings to discuss topics of legislative program and State of the Union Address, November 18, 1964
Memo for heads of Executive Departments: A request for reforms dealing with the Great Society., November 23, 1964
1966 Legislative program, June 3, 1965
Poverty Program in Alabama, June 9, 1965
Summary of Agency Reports on Legislation, October 11, 1965
Assessment and contemplation at the end of the Congressional settlement, October 29, 1965
New legislation and items to be placed in 1967 Reserve for Contingencies, December 20, 1965
Memo to President on the price of the Great Society, December 21, 1965
Memo for Secretary of State schedule to deliver legislative program, January 18, 1966
Memo for President from Joe Califano regarding getting organized for the 1967 and 1968 legislative programs. , May 14, 1966
Memo for Joseph Califano: Space Program, June 13, 1966
Signing of Information Bill, June 24, 1966
Preparations for lists of ideas and proposals for 1967 and 1968 Legislative programs, July 14, 1966
Hirshhorn Museum, July 18, 1966
Procedures on congressional information and the legislative program, July 23, 1966
Potential legislative proposals for 1967-68, July 28, 1966
Effort to lower voting age, July 28, 1966
Foreign airline competition, September 2, 1966
Status report on the 1967 Legislative Program, November 7, 1966
Presidential Presentation of the Legislative Program, January 17, 1967
Status for draft bills related to messages, March 3, 1967
Policies before legislation, March 27, 1967
Plans for future programs, March 27, 1967
Disagreements over the Administration's vocational education bill, April 12, 1967
Planning the legislative program for 1968 and beyond, April 25, 1967
Approval of Congressional Information and legislative program, April 29, 1967
Memo to President from Robert Kunther on handling legislature , May 19, 1967
Memo to President from Douglass Corter. Regarding Chet Houfield statement that the White House needed to stop sending new ideas to Congress. , June 21, 1967
1968 Program Development , July 10, 1967
Memo from Fred Panzer Regarding Truman Tax-cut Vetoes, September 21, 1967
Memo for President: Wilbur Mills and the Tax bill , October 19, 1967
Notes of the President's meeting with Democratic Leaders, November 7, 1967
Legislation, November 16, 1967
Tax bill , November 17, 1967
Urban Mass Transportation Act, November 30, 1967
Sending legislative items to congress, December 4, 1967
Memo on Sounding board session of Social Security, December 13, 1967
Discussion of legislative accomplishments with press, December 16, 1967
Leadership Agenda , April 1, 1968
Development of 1969 Legislative and Budgetary Policies, April 26, 1968
Mills, Ford and Byrnes on the Tax Bill, May 20, 1968
Leadership Agenda, June 10, 1968
Food Program, June 25, 1968
Adding food reform to Great Society Plan, June25, 1968
Senator Forn agreeing not to filibuster, August 20, 1968
Presidential Transition Act of 1963, September 7, 1968
Status Reports on History Project Covering 50 Major Legislative Items, November 18, 1968
Routine Agency-Oriented Legislation, November 19, 1968
Bills ready to clear - Edition No. 2, January 7, 1969
Bills ready to clear - Edition No. 5, January 11, 1969
Opinions of Leaders Outside of the US on Vietnam
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Letter from Khurshchev to President , August 5, 1964
Memo on meeting with Secretary General of UN - U Thant regarding Vietnam and cessation of bombing, February 21, 1968
Press
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White House Press Relations
Press Articles About Upcoming Election
Article: Johnson is a Battler, but Who Would Know It?
Suggestion for positive press opportunities, December 4, 1964
Mr. Bundy covering magazine article, January 4, 1965
Comments on Vietnam for newspaper visitor, February 19, 1965
Newspaper casualty reports, June 11, 1965
Article: How Johnson Makes Foreign Policy, June 30, 1965
Memo to President: Press Contacts, July 1, 1965
Memo to President: Press Contacts, July 6, 1965
Taylor's meeting with US press, July 11, 1965
Sun stay memo, July 19, 1965
Memo for the President: Two Interesting Press Contacts, July 19, 1965
Memo for the President from McGeorge Bundy: Press Contacts, July 18 - July 30, 1965
Memo concerning Senator Kennedy's protest of the war on Huntley-Brinkley and Cronkite - and how to deal with it. , April 28, 1966
A letter regarding Phil Graham and columnist gossips. , May 23, 1966
Letter to President from Publisher of the New York Post, August 29, 1966
Robert Kintner's opinion on news article, February 27, 1967
CBS and NBC television reports on Vietnam, March 20, 1967
Suggestion for dealing with press after North declined the peace proposal, March 21, 1967
McPherson's comments on Newsweek article about his trip to Vietnam, June 20, 1967
Memo to George Christian from Fred Panzer. Subject: Press conspiracy , August 1, 1967
Article: Capitol Stuff by Ted Lewis, October 4, 1967
A Commentary on the Vietnam discussion, November 2, 1967
Memo on Henry Brandon, The London Sunday Times Correspondent who went to Vietnam, November 18, 1967
Press questions, November 27, 1967
Giving background to the press, December 16, 1967
Notes of the Presidents Discussion with Correspondents , February 2, 1968
Eric Sevareid commentary on Vietnam aired on Cronkite News Show, February 8, 1968
Night reading for the President called The Score in Vietnam , February 13, 1968
Memo from Robert N. Ginsburgh to Mr. Rostow about a discussion of Vietnam with Jack Sutherland of U.S. World News, February 14, 1968
Memo to Walt Rostow from The Deputy Secretary of Defense: What to tell press about the deployment of additional troops and how its being handled, February 15, 1968
An Answer to UPI's Bill Moyer , March 5, 1968
Memo to President: Est. a committee to deal with media situation, March 15, 1968
Press Talk with Henry Ford, III, March 29, 1968
Memo for President from Douglass Cater: Regards giving assistant to James McGregor Burns on his project for Life Magazine, March 29, 1968
Johnson television appearance, April 1, 1968
Post Editorial, April 2, 1968
CBS, NBC, ABC network Evening News, November 13, 1968
CBS, NBC, ABC Network Evening News , November 15, 1968
Article: Vietnam Cover-up: Playing War with Numbers, May 1975
Article: The Psychophysiology of Elite Stress in Five International Crises by Thomas C. Wiegele, December 1978
Memo from Chester L. Cooper Session with Joe Kraft of The Star , January 15
Public Opinion
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American Public Summary: Vietnam (July 22-29)
Poll results, February 16, 1965
Poll results, June 17, 1965
American Opinion on Vietnam, July 22-29, July 29, 1965
Memo from Hayes Redmond to Bill Moyers: Poll figures on public feeling towards Vietnam, December 21, 1965
Quayle Polls, April 11, 1966
Memo for President: Polls, June 9, 1966
The Hill Country - LBJ's Texas, June 24, 1966
Gallup Pole , February 15, 1967
Gallup Release , March 5, 1967
Memo regarding polls on Vietnam and race riots, September 6, 1967
San Francisco's opinion on Vietnam, November 8, 1967
Advance Gallup , November 8, 1967
Polls and the Shirley Temple race, November 16, 1967
California Poll on Ronald Reagan, November 17, 1967
UCLA student Poll, December 7, 1967
Hooper - McLendon Poll, December 9, 1967
Memo on upturn of LBJ's popularity , December 23, 1967
Memo to President on Polls, January 4, 1968
Analysis of Muchmore California Poll, January 15, 1968
Analysis of California poll, January 19, 1968
For President: An Argument for the support of Vietnam to the U.S. by Harry C. McPherson, Jr. , February 13, 1968
Quayle telephone survey. , March 11, 1968
Memo for President from Fred Panzei. Subject: Quayle Telephone Survey on Rusk hearing, March 11, 1968
Memo for the President from Fred Panzer: Quayle Polls. , March 25, 1968
Harris Survey, April 5, 1968
Harris Survey for Monday, April 8, 1968
Strategy and Assessment
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Outline of speech for the President
Memo assigning Bill Jordan to work with Bui Diem on a speech and Marshall Wright working on a major speech for Senate
Intelligence warning of the Tet Offensive in South Vietnam
US Intelligence Agencies and Activities: Risks and Control of Foreign Intelligence
US Intelliegence Agencies and Activities: The Performance of the Intelligence Community
US Intelligence Agencies and Activities: Risks and Control of Foreign Intelligence
Troop Deployment of US Forces
Statement concerning Mission of US Combat Forces in Vietnam
Statement by Senator J.W. Fulbright: Senate Foreign Relations Committee
An Outline Rationale for Partial Mobilization
Memo to Westmoreland concerning request for reinforcements
Updated of situation and its impact on deployments to Southeast Asia by General Earle Wheeler to General Westmoreland
Draft Instruction for Emissary to Saigon
Memo for the President on United States Policies in Vietnam
A letter to the Chairman concerning the Gulf of Tonkin
Situation in Laos, January 19, 1961
Memo to Pres. Notes of meeting, January 24, 1961
48 hour assessment, January 22, 1963
Memo to President, Lunch with Dean Acheson, December 6, 1963
Estimates of US and Soviet military forces, December 10, 1963
Correspondence from Ambassador Taylor, January 6, 1964
Memo for the National Security council memo on Vietnam , March 16, 1964
Summary Record of National Security Council Meeting No. 528, April 22, 1964
Summary Record of National Security Council Meeting No. 532, May 15, 1964
US aims in Southeast Asia, June 11, 1964
Maddux incident , August 3, 1964
Maddux incident , August 3, 1964
Summary Notes of 538th NSC meeting , August 4, 1964
American Comment on Vietnam, August 6, 1964
Rumors that McNamara and Rusk were taking a trip to Vietnam, October 3, 1964
McNamara and/or Rusk talking about going to Vietnam, October 3, 1964
Memo for President: Getting the backing of Joint Chiefs before making decisions Vietnam., November 14, 1964
Alternative public positions for US on Southeast Asia for the period, July1 - November 15, 1964
Letter for Ambassador Taylor from the President , December 1964
Strategy and Assessment
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Memo for Ambassador Taylor from McGeorge Bundy, January 20, 1965
Evacuation of Dependents, additional military personnel, January 25, 1965
Draft message to Max Taylor, January 27, 1965
Basic Policy in Vietnam, January 27, 1965
Memo for President: Basic Policy in Vietnam, January 27, 1965
Summary Notes of 545th National Security Council Meeting: Reprisal Strikes in North Vietnam, February 6, 1965
Memo to President about the situation in Vietnam, February 7, 1965
Memo to president from Mike Mansfield on further observations on Vietnam, February 10, 1965
Meeting of Principles, February 11, 1965
Telegram to Ambassador Taylor drafts War Strategy , February 16, 1965
Vietnam and the Public, February 16, 1965
Questions on Vietnam for Press Conference, March 3, 1965
Vietnam discussion, March 5, 1965
Policy in Vietnam, March 19, 1965
Statement by the President, March 25, 1965
Meeting with Max Taylor, March 31, 1965
Letter to President from John A. McCone , April 1965
Key Elements for Discussion on Vietnam, April 1, 1965
Situation in Vietnam, April 2, 1965
Overall Appraisal of Air Strikes Against North Vietnam, April 6, 1965
Communist Intentions in Vietnam, April 6, 1965
National Security Action Memo #328, April 6, 1965
Control of Military Information, April 10, 1965
Analysis of White House Mail on Vietnam, April 13, 1965
Memo to President from Sec. Of Defense Report on Progress in Vietnam, April 21, 1965
Vietnamese settlement, April 21, 1965
For Ambassador Taylor from Security Rusk, April 22, 1965
Operations in Vietnam , April 22, 1965
Question of pausing bombing on North Vietnam, April 25, 1965
Vietnamese infiltration, April 26, 1965
Cable from Max Taylor, April 27, 1965
Southeast Asia coordinating meeting , April 27, 1965
Current Trends in Vietnam, April 30, 1965
Current Trends in Vietnam, April 30, 1965
Douglas Dillon's views on Vietnam, May 1, 1965
Talk with Senator Joseph S. Clark, May 5, 1965
Pause in Air attack, May 10, 1965
Notes from a meeting in the President's office included the President, Rusk, McNamara, Acheson, Ball, Raborn, Valenti (War Strategy), May 16, 1965
Letter to President from Clark Clifford, May 17, 1965
Letter form Ambassadors Taylor and Johnson from the Under Secretary , May 25, 1965
Strategy and Assessment
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Letter for Ambassador Taylor and Johnson from the Under Secretary , June 1, 1965
Air attack in North Vietnam and Anti Viet Cong campaign in the South, June 3, 1965
Cable from Saigon, June 5, 1965
Introduction of troops into Vietnam, June 5, 1965
Rebuttal of Congressional Attack on $89 million for Southeast Asia, June 8, 1965
The Sino-Vietnamese effort to limit American actions in the Vietnam War, June 9, 1965
Statements concerning mission of US combat forces in Vietnam, June 9, 1965
Whether further Congressional approval is necessary or desirable in connection with proposed deployment and use of troops in South Vietnam, June 10, 1965
Intelligence comments, June 11, 1965
Summary notes of 552nd National Security Council meeting, June 11, 1965
Memo examining the power of the President to commit ground and air forces to south Vietnam, June 11, 1965
Memo on President: Power to commit ground and air forces to South Vietnam, June 11, 1965
U.S. Goals in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, June 14, 1965
Communist Bloc Reaction to US Statements on the use of US Ground Forces in Combat in South Vietnam, June 15, 1965
Recent History of Negotiating Efforts in Southeast Asia, June 16, 1965
Memos for Bundy: The President's Authority in Vietnam., June 16, 1965
Memo from Secretary of Defense to McGeorge Bundy, June 18, 1965
The Sino-Vietnamese Effort to Limit American Actions in the Vietnam War, June 18, 1965
Keeping the power of decision in South Vietnam Crisis, June 18, 1965
Pros and Cons of a June Pause, June 19, 1965
Policies in Vietnam, June 21, 1965
United States Commitments Regarding the Defense of South Vietnam, June 23, 1965
The Javits Resolution, June 23, 1965
Arguments against the Security Council , June 24, 1965
Retaliation for Restaurant Bombing , June 25, 1965
Reply to Senator Mansfield, June 27, 1965
Cutting our losses in South Vietnam, June 28, 1965
Question of light planes and helicopters in South Vietnam, June 29, 1965
Vietnam situation , June 29, 1965
Evaluation of the situation in Vietnam, June 29, 1965
Vance Telegram , June 30, 1965
Bennett and Restaurant atrocities , June 30, 1965
France in Vietnam, 1954, and the US in Vietnam 1965, June 30, 1965
Comments on Ball Paper , June 30, 1965
Strategy and Assessment
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Reaction to US presence in Vietnam, July 1, 1965
Friday morning meeting Vietnam, July 1, 1965
Future prospects in Vietnam, July 1, 1965
Lodge transition , July 4, 1965
McNamara's reasons to visit Vietnam, July 7, 1965
Vietnam Panel , July 10, 1965
Concerning Ambassador Lodge, July 14, 1965
Call for assessment of reaction to increased force, July 15, 1965
Vietnam Planning at close of Business, July 19, 1965
Proposed 63 Battalion Plan, July 19, 1965
Vietnam planning at close of business, July 19, 1965
Memo for President: Who should attend meeting on Vietnam?, July 20, 1965
Taylor briefing President on report coming from McNamara, July 20, 1965
Recommendations of Additional Deployments to Vietnam, July 20, 1965
Recommendations of additional deployments to Vietnam, July 20, 1965
Memo for President Subject: Your 11:30 meeting, July 21, 1965
Memo for President: Timing of decision and actions in Vietnam, July 21, 1965
Vietnam News - What's Missing?, July 21, 1965
Timing of Decision and Actions in Vietnam, July 21, 1965
Memo for President: Alternative Method for calling up reserve forces. , July 22, 1965
Memo for President: Candidates for Afternoon Meeting, July 22, 1965
Actions Agreed on at Special Meeting of the Assistant Secretaries, July 22, 1965
Cabinet Meeting, July 22, 1965
How to Take Ninety Percent of The Political Heat out of Vietnam, July 22, 1965
Memo to President from Mike Mansfield Situation in Vietnam, July 23, 1965
Memo for President: The History of Recommendations for Increased US Forces in Vietnam, July 24, 1965
Telegram from State Department to Saigon Embassy, July 24, 1965
Ideas on approaching the UN security council, July 24, 1965
Meetings on Vietnam, July 24, 1965
Lunch with Joe Aloop from Douglas Carter, July 26, 1965
Preparation of dinner with Sir Norman and Lady Brookes and Ambassador and Mrs. Waller of Australia, July 26, 1965
Memo from McGeorge Bundy to president, July 26, 1965
Memo for the President: Subject: Progress on Vietnamese diplomatic front, July 27, 1965
Memo for President: Cabot Lodge's hearing, July 27, 1965
Meeting on Vietnam, July 27, 1965
National Security Council meeting , July 27, 1965
Memo to Mike Mansfield praising McNamara, July 28, 1965
Telegram to embassy about US deployments , July 28, 1965
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Politics and Victory in South Vietnam, August 2, 1965
Memo to President from H.C. Lodge from Edward Langdale in response to his paper Solving the 'politics' part of the 'Politico-Military Vietnam problem. , August 3, 1965
To the Secretary from Rostow Subject: Politics and Victory in South Vietnam, August 3, 1965
Memo for The Record: August 3 Dinner Meeting on the Information Problem Participants. Mr. Cater, Mr. Bundy, Mr. Califano, Mr. Marks, Mr. Chancellor, Mr. Greenfield, Mr. Jorden, Mr. Leibman, Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Chase. , August 4, 1965
Memo to President concerning sending Governors to Japan and Vietnam. , August 5, 1965
Memo for President Subject: Senator Morse's Vietnam Speech of August 10, 1965, August 11, 1965
Memo for McGeorge Bundy Subject: Interdiction Program in North Vietnam, August 12, 1965
Memo to President concerning a message from Nkrumah. , August 12, 1965
Memo for McGeorge Bundy Subject: Proposed Step-up in Interdiction , August 13, 1965
Memo to President from Hubert Humphrey. Statement by Congress - Man T. Wolff of New York in the Vietnam Problem. , August 17, 1965
The Continuity of United States' Policy in Southeast Asia, August 19, 1965
Memo to the President: The Republican White Paper , August 24, 1965
Memo for President from McGeorge Bundy. Presidential Statement out of Bob McNamara's Military Sales Program., August 24, 1965
Memo to President from McGeorge Bundy, Lodge, and Westmoreland Reports, August 24, 1965
Memo for President from McGeorge Bundy Subject: Further comment of the Republican White Paper., August 25, 1965
Memo to President From McGeorge Bundy concerning dispatch from Westmoreland, August 31, 1965
General Westmoreland and JCS request for more troops, September 1, 1965
Meeting notes on Vietnam (bombing policy, diplomacy) , South Asia, Europe, September 12, 1965
Agenda for meeting with Secretary Rusk, Secretary McNamara, Admiral Raborn, under Secretary Ball, September 13, 1965
Memo from Ambassador Lodge - situation in Vietnam, September 30, 1965
Memo to President from McGeorge Bundy: Deployment, Hanoi doesn't appear ready to negotiate, purpose in Vietnam, November 8, 1965
Cabinet Meeting , November 15, 1965
Memo on heavy fighting in Plei Ma, November 16, 1965
Henry Kissinger's recommendations on pacification, November 23, 1965
Opinions on bombing pause, November 27, 1965
Memo to president concerning the pause, December 4, 1965
Memo of telephone conversations with members of Congress relating to South Vietnam, December 9, 1965
Your Talk with Dean Rusk and Bob McNamara , December 17, 1965
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Memo for President from McGeorge Bundy on the Peace offensive, January 3, 1966
Memo for Bundy Conversation with Korean Counselor, January 5, 1966
David Bell's return , January 11, 1966
David Bell's Return Pacification for rural construction Resources allocation and inflation Emphasis on non-military aspects Miscellaneous, January 11, 1966
Weekly telegram from Ambassador Lodge to President: Peace Offensive, Message to Congress, Military, Peace Corps, Basic Political, Psychological, Iran, Economic. , January 19, 1966
Notes on meeting in Cabinet Room

includes discussion Rusk's had with Senators, January 24, 1966
Meeting in cabinet room

concerns bombing., January 25, 1966
Memo for President: The Resumption of Bombing poses grave danger of precipitating a war with China, January 25, 1966
Memo to President war strategy, January 26, 1966
Memo for President Dean Rusk's suggestions on bombing pause, January 30, 1966
Letter from Lodge: Reasons to resume bombing, January 31, 1966
Cable from General Westmoreland about Honolulu conference. , February 13, 1966
Memo for Mr. Komei: Medical requirements and support, February 15, 1966
For the President from the Vice President regarding conversations with Prime Minister Souvanna Phouma in Vientiane, Laos. , February 16, 1966
Report of Vice President's Conversations in Laos, February 16, 1966
Letter from LBJ to William Westmoreland, March 23, 1966
Memo to Walt Rostow from the V.P. Regarding the Ky-Thi crisis in Vietnam , April 4, 1966
Notes from Cabinet room meeting whether or not Lodge should say struggle movement in infested with communist, April 6, 1966
Memo from Roston suggesting a speech on Vietnam support that could be used as a fireside chat, May 3, 1966
Staff Meeting, June 3, 1966
Memo to President from Robert Kuntner regarding meeting with Senator Joe Clark, June 14, 1966
Regarding Memo to Jack Vaughn, June 28, 1966
Likelihood of Chinese Intervention in Vietnam, July 1, 1966
Second Komer Trip to Vietnam, July 6, 1966
Staff meeting , July 8, 1966
Israeli support of Vietnam, July 8, 1966
Presidential Policy Guidelines, July 11, 1966
Congressional attitudes on Vietnam, July 14, 1966
Memo on Senators attitudes toward Vietnam, July 19, 1966
Updating the Positions of Members of Congress Who Have Visited Vietnam, August 9, 1966
Cessation of Bombing Attacks on North Vietnam, August 23, 1966
Negotiations Committee, September 9, 1966
Six Main Points of Komer Report, October 5, 1966
Actions recommended for Vietnam, October 14, 1966
Meeting of the President with Thieu and Ky, October 23, 1966
Deployments to Southeast Asia, November 11, 1966
Vietnam prognosis for 1967-1968, November 28, 1966
Staff meeting , December 2, 1966
Memo on bombing North to be added to the President's diary., December 9, 1966
Strategic Guidelines for 1967 in Vietnam, December 10, 1966
Improving ARVN effectiveness, December12, 1966
Letter to President from Harry C. McPherson, December 30, 1966
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Report from General Westmoreland, January 3, 1967
Notes from meeting with president, January 17, 1967
General Maxwell Taylor, January 27, 1967
Secretary of Agriculture's opinions on Vietnam, February 1, 1967
Staff meeting, February 3, 1967
Staff meeting, February 10, 1967
Whether to put a Vietnam Message to Congress, February 16, 1967
George Becker's plan for ending the Vietnam War, February 27, 1967
South Vietnam: Giving Local Leaders a Choice, March 1, 1967
Results of the Au Campaign Against North Vietnam, March 2, 1967
Term of Peace, March 2, 1967
Four major points following pauses, March 7, 1967
Argument on Vietnam in the House of Representatives, March 9, 1967
Guidelines for this afternoon's 3 background briefing sessions, March 17, 1967
Harry McPherson expressing interest in visiting Vietnam, March 23, 1967
Congressional Relations, March 29, 1967
McPherson updating the President on plans for trip to Vietnam and Israel, May 3, 1967
Bombing Strategy Options for the Rest of 1967, May 9, 1967
Memo to Secretary McNamara from McGeorge Bundy: Ideas on strategy, May 11, 1967
Possible topics for future Cabinet members, May 12, 1967
Citizens committee in support of Vietnam, May 19, 1967
Future Actions in :Vietnam, May 19, 1967
CIIC meeting: Oral guidance issued by COMUS-MACV., May 19, 1967
Hanoi-Hayphong bombing situation, May 19, 1967
Operations against North Vietnam, May 20, 1967
Memo for the Secretary of Defense Addendum to the Preliminary Information on The Vietnam Appraisal. , May 26, 1967
Disagreements, June 3, 1967
Harold Brown's position on the air war in North Vietnam, June 5, 1967
Perception of the Vietnam War , June 13, 1967
Senator Pell's conversation with Mai Van Boin Paris, June 19, 1967
General Westmoreland's Military Assessment for July , August 11, 1967
Memo for George Christian from Tom Johnson: solutions to getting us position on Vietnam out to the public. , August 15, 1967
Notes on Presidents meeting about progress in Vietnam, August 16, 1967
Vietnamese Elections, August 18, 1967
Komer and Rostow chat, August 22, 1967
Elections in Vietnam, August 22, 1967
President's meeting with Chuck Roberts and Mel Ellin , August 24, 1967
Letter to Robert Kintner from LBJ, September 7, 1967
Regarding a speech the Vice President gave in Denver, CO when he was challenged a person who was against the war, September 9, 1967
Memo for President from Jim Jones: Weekly luncheon with Secretaries Rusk and McNamara, Walt Rostow and George Christian, September 13, 1967
Memo for President: Meeting at 7pm with Secretary Rusk and Secretary McNamara , September 15, 1967
Need to better explain the Vietnam War to America, September 26, 1967
Need to find occasions to present evidence on progress in Vietnam, September 27, 1967
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Senator Mansfield various points, October 1967
Notes of meeting with Colonel Robin Olds: Olds was given Tactical Commander of Cadets at the USAF Academy and discusses Vietnam situation, October 2, 1967
Draft speech for the Senate, October 3, 1967
Recommendation by General Westmoreland and action taken on Vietnam. , October 4, 1967
Memo on which of Westmoreland's recommendations being followed through on. , October 4, 1967
Telegram on progress in Vietnam, October 7, 1967
Committee for Peace with Freedom, October 11, 1967
Strategy on Negotiations and a Pause, October 18, 1967
Statements on Vietnam, October 19, 1967
Memo in regards to a peace march being planned , October 20, 1967
Intelligence briefing of Saigon by General Davidson, October 24, 1967
Effectiveness of Market Time , October 24, 1967
Plan for meeting, October 25, 1967
Memo concerning Veterans support of Vietnam, October 27, 1967
Q & A on Vietnam, November 1967
Memo for President from Secretary of Defense regarding the Southeast Asia would be dangerous. , November 1, 1967
Memo for President: Report on the Meeting, November 2, 1967
Notes from an advisory meeting, November 3, 1967
Luncheon meeting with Secretary Rusk and McNamara, Walt Rostow, CIA director Richard Helms, George Christian and Jim Jones, November 4, 1967
Comparison of McNamara and Bundy's positions, November 4, 1967
Decision to halt the bombing , November 5, 1967
Proposed Program for Coordination for Ambassador Bunker , November 7, 1967
Proposed Program of Consultation for Ambassador Bunker, November 7, 1967
Coalition govt. in Vietnam, November 8, 1967
Cable from Westmoreland to Bus Wheller on prospecting better ARVN performance , November 9, 1967
Comments on the Current Drafts of the Introductory Note and Text of National Intelligence Estimate, November 9, 1967
Memo to President From McGeorge Bundy: A commentary on the Vietnam discussion of Nov. 2, November 10, 1967
Highest Priority Areas in Vietnam, November 13, 1967
Plans for Presidential meeting with Ambassador Bunker, November 13, 1967
General Westmoreland's Assessment for October, November 14, 1967
Briefing on Speech given at Amherst College by E. Ernest Goldstein, November 14, 1967
Main conclusion from National Intelligence Estimate, November 15, 1967
Issues to raise with General Westmoreland, November 16, 1967
Statistics on the War in Vietnam, November 20, 1967
Upcoming issues in Vietnam, November 21, 1967
Conversation with Senator Symington, December 13, 1967
CIA studies, December 13, 1967
Questions and Answers Relating to Vietnam, December 13, 1967
Papers on Viet Cong Strategy , December 15, 1967
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Memo for President from Rostow, concerning cable from Locke, Westmoreland, and Komei on Hanoi's military posture in relation to its diplomatic posture. , January 5, 1968
Questions for the President on Vietnam, January 18, 1968
Israeli support for Vietnam, January 19, 1968
Aircraft support to Pueblo, January 20, 1968
Assessment of enemy's overall winter spring campaign and enemy's disposition and offensive plans in Quang Tri - Thua Thien, January 22, 1968
Notes of the Presidents meeting with Democratic Leadership, January 23, 1968
North Vietnamese negotiations, January 27, 1968
Breakfast meeting with Congressional Leaders and Policy Advisors, January 31, 1968
Status of Vietnam War , February 5, 1968
Memo for Mr. Rostow from Robert N. Ginsburgh: Khe Sanh and Dien Bien Phu, February 5, 1968
Memo to President from Rostow explaining events in Vietnam, February 5, 1968
An attempt to pursue peace, February 6, 1968
Tuesday Luncheon Meeting, February 6, 1968
Notes of the Pres. Meeting with Senior Foreign Policy Advisers, February 6, 1968
Notes of the President's meeting with the Democratic Congressional Leadership, February 6, 1968
Notes of the President: Tuesday Luncheon meeting concerning bombing of the North, February 6, 1968
Notes of President's meeting with The National Security Council situation in Khe Sanh, February 7, 1968
Suggested order of business for NSC meeting , February 7, 1968
Memo on not to hold a televised hearing on Asian Policy before The Committee on Foreign Relations, February 8, 1968
Memo: Sub. A Procedural Proposal Regarding Vietnam, February 9, 1968
Letter to Robert S. McNamara from J.W. Fulbright request for statistical info. , February 9, 1968
Notes for the President's meeting with Senior Foreign Policy Advisers, February 9, 1968
Memo on a speech given by Lt. Gen. Victor H. Kralak, February 9, 1968
Meeting Notes with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, February 9, 1968
Meeting Notes with the Senior Foreign Affairs Advisory Council, February 10, 1968
Westmoreland reporting on Khe Sanh, February 11, 1968
Meeting Notes with Senior Foreign Policy Advisers, February 11, 1968
Memo to Pres. From Rostow: Strategic aftermath of Tet Offensive, February 12, 1968
Memo for President: Sub.: Reinforcements for South Vietnam, February 12, 1968
Meeting Notes with Senior Foreign Policy Advisors, February 12, 1968
Optimal Near-Term Action Programs, February 13, 1968
Press Announcement on Troop deployments , February 13, 1968
Meeting Notes of Tuesday Luncheon meeting, February 13, 1968
Questions related to the call up of Reserve Units and individuals, February 13, 1968
Territorial Waters Rescue Operation, February 14, 1968
Foreign Policy Advisors on Violation of Chinese Air Space, February 14, 1968
Khe Sanh, February 14, 1968
Letter from LBJ to Westmoreland giving him freedom to act in manner he sees fit, February 15, 1968
Khe Sanh situation, February 15, 1968
Summary of President's breakfast with the boys on Carrier Constellation, February 18, 1968
General Wheeler's Visit to Vietnam, February 19, 1968
Tonkin Gulf incident, February 19, 1968
Possible issues to bring up with Generals Taylor and Wheeler, February 20, 1968
Luncheon meeting with Foreign Policy advisors, February 20, 1968
CIA Memo: Communist Forces used in the TET Offensive , February 21, 1968
Formulating goals for 1976, February 21, 1968
Rostow reports beliefs to Westmoreland and Wheeler, February 23, 1968
Rostow summary of February 22, 1968 in Vietnam, February 23, 1968
Europe's opinion of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War , February 23, 1968
Memo for the Director of Office of National Estimates of the Central Intelligence Agency Sub.: The Outlook in Vietnam, February 26, 1968
Report of Chairman, JCS on Situation in Vietnam and MACV force requirements , February 27, 1968
Tet Offensive , February 27, 1968
Meeting notes discussing General Wheeler's trip to Vietnam, February 28, 1968
Notes of cabinet meeting, February 28, 1968
Scammon Seminar, February 29, 1968
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Questions concerning the situation in Vietnam, March 1, 1968
Questions concerning the situation in Vietnam, March 1, 1968
Memo for Walt Rostow: Questions that need answers for peace in Southeast Asia, March 1, 1968
Memo to President concerning whether Westmoreland could have his weekly reports by phone, March 1, 1968
Memo for Honorable Walt Rostow: Concerns the need to answer 4 questions on peace in Southeast Asia, March 1, 1968
Southeast Asia Resolution, March 3, 1968
Memo on Strategic Guidance, March 3, 1968
Reporting of Offensive Operation , March 4, 1968
Meeting with President , March 4, 1968
Meeting with Senior Foreign Policy Advisors, March 4, 1968
Westmoreland's request for additional troops under analysis , March 4, 1968
Here with I tried to convey to you on Sunday from HC Lodge, March 5, 1968
Meeting notes with Senior Foreign Policy Advisers, March 6, 1968
Alternative Vietnam Policies by key US Public Figures and Organizations, March 7, 1968
Draft of Southeast Asia Resolution of 1968, March 8, 1968
Memo stating that Senators on Armed Services and CIA committees want to be better informed about Vietnam. , March 8, 1968
Memo from Mike Manatos regarding comments made by Dick Russell and John Stennis on the Subject of troop commitment, March 8, 1968
Talking Notes on Vietnam, March 11, 1968
Deployments , March 11, 1968
Pending subjects Involving South Vietnam, March 11, 1968
Meeting Notes with Foreign Policy Advisors, March 11, 1968
Mobilization, March 11, 1968
Ambassador Lodge's update on Vietnam , March 11, 1968
Report of requests for an additional 200,000 men in Vietnam, March 13, 1968
Rostow apologizing to the President, March 13, 1968
Reports of request for an additional 200,000 men in Vietnam, March 13, 1968
Domestic consequences of an expanded war, March 13, 1968
Status of Pacification, March 14, 1968
Memo for Secretary of Defense The Unfeasibility of Military Victory in Vietnam , March 14, 1968
Memo for the Secretary of Defense: the Unfeasibility of Military Victory in Vietnam , March 14, 1968
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Possible points for your 5 p.m. meeting, March 15, 1968
Meeting Questions , March 15, 1968
Meeting Notes with Foreign Policy Advisors, March 18, 1968
Memo to President recommending that he offer to send President candidates to Vietnam so they can see the situation for themselves. , March 18, 1968
Meeting notes with foreign advisors, March 19, 1968
Peace with honor in Vietnam, March 19, 1968
Rusk's major peace proposals , March 19, 1968
Cabinet meeting notes, March 20, 1968
Memo to President from Vice President regarding Robert L. Coate, Northern Division Chairman of the California Democratic Committee and his support of the administration. , March 20, 1968
Memo concerning call-up reserves , March 20, 1968
Memo for Walt Rostow Order of Battle, March 20, 1968
Supplemental Notes on Meeting of President with General Abrams, March 22, 1968
Memo from McGeorge Bundy to President about policy on Vietnam., March 22, 1968
Memo to President: Sequence of events as a possible option in the subject of Vietnam, March 23, 1968
Westmoreland's acceptance of new job as Army Chief of Staff , March 25, 1968
Proposal by H.C. Lodge, March 26, 1968
Vietnam, March 26, 1968
Ambassador Berger's conversation with President Thieu, March 26, 1968
Summary of Notes, March 26, 1968
Notes from Foreign Policy Meeting, March 26, 1968
Meeting Notes with Foreign Policy Advisers, March 26, 1968
Meeting Notes with General Earle Wheeler and General Creighton Abrams, March 26, 1968
The Growing Strength of North Vietnamese Army Forces in South Vietnam, March 26, 1968
Meeting Notes, March 26, 1968
Meeting Notes with Foreign Policy Advisers, March 26, 1968
CIA-DOD briefing by General Debuy and George Carver, March 27, 1968
Political , March 27, 1968
Kenny O'Donnell's Political Observations of the War, March 27, 1968
Weekly Summary of Presidential Mail , March 28, 1968
Thieu and Ky ready to accept ideas, March 30, 1968
Battle of Khe Sanh update, March 30, 1968
Bus wheeler's conclusions on Vietnam Post , March 31, 1968
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Fred Panzer's pursuit to advance Vietnam policy , April 2, 1968
Carl Marcy's dove view of Vietnam, April 2, 1968
Hope for North Vietnamese response, April 2, 1968
Telegram from Rostow to Ambassador Bunker, April 3, 1968
583rd NSC meeting, April 4, 1968
Summary of activities in Vietnam, April 5, 1968
Telegram from Embassy in Seoul, April 6, 1968
Letter from President Nguyen Van Thieu to President Johnson on meeting with General Westmoreland, April 7, 1968
CIA assessment of North Vietnamese reinforcements , April 10, 1968
Honolulu meeting with Foreign Policy Advisers, April 16, 1968
Westmoreland's evaluation of Enemy supply movements and what he proposes to do about them, April 19, 1968
Confirmation of air power at Khe Sanh , April 22, 1968
Notes for dinner with Joe Alsop, April 30, 1968
Notes on the Tuesday Luncheon, April 30, 1968
MACV weekly report , May 6, 1968
Level of infiltration groups , May 7, 1968
Problems on infiltration trail, May 8, 1968
Meeting Notes with Negotiating Team , May 8, 1968
President's example, May 14, 1968
Westmoreland's assessment of current positive and the shape of things to come, May 14, 1968
Notes of Tuesday Luncheon meeting , May 14, 1968
Major problems , May 16, 1968
Military Situation in Southeast Asia, May 20, 1968
Truck Statistics, May 22, 1968
Meeting notes of Bipartisan Congressional Leadership meeting with Cyrus Vance , May 28, 1968
Meeting notes with Foreign Policy Advisers , May 28, 1968
Meeting notes with Foreign Policy Advisers, May 28, 1968
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Harriman's Proposed Scenario for June 5th Meeting, June 3, 1968
Major Issues for Presidential Speeches, June 3, 1968
Weekly assessment of military position, June 10, 1968
Senator Church's view on Vietnam, June 26, 1968
Starting Tuesday Lunches, June 28, 1968
Weekly Assessment of Military Position, July 2, 1968
Analysis of III Corps by John Paul Vann, July 3, 1968
Possible items for discussion, July 21, 1968
Memo from Bunker to President on Vietnam situation, July 26, 1968
Bombing of North Vietnam, July 29, 1968
Vietnam Statement - Possible change of position, July 29, 1968
Suggestion of limiting bombings, August 13, 1968
News Conference by Secretary of Defense Clark M. Clifford, August 15, 1968
Meeting Notes with Tuesday Luncheon Group, August 20, 1968
Effect of bombing in North Vietnam, August 23, 1968
Abrams lucid summary of the military situation, September 3, 1968
Addressing issue of removing 27th Marine regimental landing team from Vietnam, September 13, 1968
Lunch meeting Agenda, September 17, 1968
GVN Participation in Negotiations, September 24, 1968
Inspection tour of refugee centers in Vietnam, September 24, 1968
Weekly assessment of Military Position, October 12, 1968
Meeting with Thieu, October 13, 1968 and October 14, 1968
Weekly Assessment of Military Position, October 14, 1968
North Vietnam bombing, October 17, 1968
Ambassador Bunker's summary of events in Vietnam for July, August and September , October 19, 1968
Joe Califano claiming he has no knowledge on Vietnam, October 25, 1968
Secretary Rusk's news conference , November 1, 1968
Bombing and Peace Talks, November 4, 1968
Suggestion to send Hubert Humphrey to Paris to help with negotiations, November 7, 1968
Komer's achievements in Vietnam, November 7, 1968
A perspective on recent events, November 20, 1968
Meeting Nortes with Howard K. Smith, January 10, 1969
Decision to Halt the bombing of North Vietnam , March 19, 1970
Decision to halt the bombing , March 19, 1970
Telegram for Ambassador issues dealing with dependents and whether they should be withdrawn from Vietnam, June 21,
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The President Task Force on Government Organization, March 23, 1967
Report of the task force on manpower for State and Local Governments
Est. of Task Force on Government Organization, October 10, 1966
Formation of Task Force on Government Organization, October 10, 1966
Task Force on organization, November 15, 1966
Report to the President , December 9, 1966
Heinemann Task Force, December 15, 1966
Information from the Task Force on Government Organization, December 15, 1966
Task Force on Government organization, December 31, 1966
President's Task Force on Government Organization, Agenda for January 21st Meeting, January 12, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, February 15, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization , February 17, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization , February 20, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, February 21, 1967
Heinemann Task Force attending luncheon, February 25, 1967
The President's Task Force on Government Organizations, March 4, 1967
Letter on Heinemann Task Force, March 9, 1967
Governor's problems exposed by Task Force reconnaissance and inquiry, March 14, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, March 27, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, March 28, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, April 8, 1967
President's Task Force Government Organization , April 11, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, April 24, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, May 1, 1967
The President's Task Force on Government Organization , May 3, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, May 27, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization , June 1, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, June 5, 1967
Report of Task Force on Government organization, July 11, 1967
President's Task Force on Government Organization, July 21, 1967
Instructions for Bureau analysis of task force recommendations and for reports on cost of production, November 9, 1967
Task Force on Education, November 10, 1967
Jewish community in New York, September 21, 1968
Concerning recommendations made by Interagency and Outside Task Forces, October 7, 1968
Status of Task Forces, November 7, 1968
House of Representatives Investigations
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Indochina Wars: 1950-75, by George W. Allen
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Miscellaneous Memos 1965 and 1966
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Miscellaneous 1967 And 1968
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Lyndon's Legacy , by Frank L. Kluckhohn
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Tet, by Dan Oberdorer
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Miscellaneous Papers
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Miscellaneous Papers
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Miscellaneous Papers
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Miscellaneous Papers
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Berman Print Out of Data Base
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Allan E. Goodman Collection Accession Sheet for Allan E. Goodman Collection. Finding Aid for Allan E. Goodman Collection with addendum. Rules for Reproduction of Archival Material. Hoover Institution Library And Archives Visitor Registration Form for Larry Berman. Handwritten notes by unknown
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Handwritten notes by unknown.
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The Vietnam Negotiations 1964-1974: Overview of Research Plan and Tentative Chapter Outlines by Allan E. Goodman, July 1974.
Research Grant Application Sheet to National Endowment for the Humanities by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
Letter to Geraldine M. Otremba, by Allan E. Goodman, 2 July 1974.
Application to unknown by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
Application to the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Grant-in-Aid-Program by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
A Comparison of Both Sides' Public Peace Plans Put Forward in Paris, 1969 to 1972 by unknown, undated.
Table of Contents by unknown, undated with associated memo of Material Released by Hanoi on the Draft Agreement of October 1972 by unknown, undated.
Letter from Bill Weg to Allan Goodman, 5 January 1975.
Memorandum of Conversation of Evgeny Kutovoj and Allan E. Goodman, 5 November 1968 with attached note Box#3 Paris Peace Talks: Preparations/General.
Highlights of the Secret Search for Peace, 1969-1973 by unknown, undated with attached handwritten notes by unknown, undated.
Various notes concerning Vietnam War Negotiations 1969-1973 by unknown with associated handwritten notes by unknown, undated.
Release by Nguyen Than Le, 27 October 1972 with associated release by Xuan Thuy 4 November 1972.
Assessment of U.S. Diplomacy by unknown, undated.
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Assessment of the impact of the Tet Offensive on U.S. military and political activities to Hanoi by unknown, undated.
Comparison of Vietnam War Negotiations 1968 & 1971/73 by unknown with associated handwritten notes by unknown, undated.
Handwritten notes on guerrilla warfare by unknown, 10 April 1967.
Typed and handwritten notes concerning U.S. strategy by unknown, 1970-1973.
Excerpt of article The Viet Nam Negotiations by Henry A. Kissinger in Foreign Affairs, January 1969.
Handwritten card concerning unknown by unknown, undated.
Transcript of hearings from Subcommittee on International Organization and Disarmament Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Relations of U. S. Senate, 6, 11, 13, 21, 26, 28 March 1969.
Handwritten note concerning unknown by unknown, undated.
Handwritten draft of analysis of U.S. and North Vietnamese negotiations in 1969 by unknown, undated.
Chart analysis of American budgeted expenses of Vietnam War through June 1972 with associated chart examination for munitions expended and human cost of Vietnam War 1969-September 1972.
Draft of Rationale for US Aid to South Vietnam by unknown, 4 October 1974.
Excerpt of newspaper article from unknown entitled Gerald Ford on Vietnam by unknown, 13 February 1974 with handwritten notations by unknown, undated.
Taking Points for Viet-Nam Aid by unknown, undated.
Letter from Ithiel de Sola Pool to Allan E. Goodman, 21 March 1972 with associated letter from Robert C. Herber to Allan E. Goodman, 22 June 1972.
Handwritten notes on endgame of Vietnam War by unknown, 20 July 1972 with associated newspaper article from Washington Post by Laurence Stern entitled Saigon Ready for Non-stop Peace-Taking, undated.
Handwritten note concerning Easter Offensive by unknown, 21 July 1972.
Handwritten note concerning President Thieu by unknown, 18 July 1972
Examination of Current War by unknown, 7 June 1972.
Paper entitled The Impact of Cambodia of the U.S. Intervention in Vietnam by Ben Kierman, undated.
Remarks at the Boalt Hall Law Forum by Allan E. Goodman, 23 April 1975.
Speech entitled What's Happening in Paris by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
Speech entitled Will the Vietnam War End? by Allan E. Goodman, 1972.
Speech entitled Will the Vietnam War End? by Allan E. Goodman, 1972.
Education entitled Scholars Must Give More Serious Thought to How They Teach and Write About the War in Vietnam by Allan E. Goodman, 25 July 1990.
Excerpt of article entitled Vietnam and the Limits of Scholarly Intervention in unknown by Allan E. Goodman, September-October 1973.
Draft of From Breakdown to the Christmas Bombing in The Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
Draft of The Secret Search for a Negotiated Settlement in The Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War by Allan E. Goodman, undated.
Draft of unknown by unknown, undated with associated paper Watergate and Foreign Policy: A Dissenting View by unknown, undated. Paper entitled Will the Vietnam War End? by Allan E. Goodman, undated. Paper South Vietnam entitled War Without End? by Allan E. Goodman, undated with associated paper entitled The Lessons Nixon Learned by Morton H. Halperin, undated. Document entitled The Follow-on Process: US-DRV Negotiations in 1973 by unknown, undated.
4
Ellsworth Bunker Oral History Collection
5
National Archives And Records Administration and Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Legal Agreement Pertaining to the Oral History Interviews of Ellsworth Bunker, 13 September 1995.
Interview III of Ellsworth Bunker by Michael L. Gillette, 12 October 1983.
Interview II of Ellsworth Bunker by Michael L. Gillette, 12 December 1980.
National Archives And Records Administration and Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Legal Agreement Pertaining to the Oral History Interviews of Ellsworth Bunker, 23 June 1995.
Interview I of Ellsworth Bunker by Michael L. Gillette, 9 December 1980.
J-5 Working Paper on the Issue of Dessclation in South Vietnam by unknown, 15 April 1968.
Press statement by unknown, 1975.
Article from The New Leader entitled Buying Time: Vietnam After the Cease-Fire by Donald Kirk, 25 December 1972.
Newspaper excerpt from The New York Times entitled Reporter's Notebook: A Kissinger Seminar, 25 December 1973.
Newspaper excerpt from The New York Times entitled Excerpts from 1969 National Security Study of Vietnam War Requested by Nixon, 26 April 1972.
Paper on Negotiations Rebuttal by unknown, 1972.
Finding Guide from 1969-1975.
6
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1968.
7
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1969.
8
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1970.
9
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1971.
10
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1972.
11
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1973.
12
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1974.
13
Newspaper Index on Public Opinion, South Vietnam, Cambodia for 1975.
14
DRV Reaction to Political Settlement Events January 1973.
15
Request for Reproduction of Documents by Larry Bernman, 4 December 1995 with associated copies of memorandum For the President entitled Southeast Asia Supplemental by Clark Clifford, 10 April 1968
23
1
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, Monday May 6 by Robert E. Pursley, 6 May 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting Notes, Monday August 19, 1968 by unknown, 19 August 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Notes for Staff Meeting, Monday October 19, 1969 by Robert E. Pursley, 19 October 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Notes for Staff Meeting, Monday October 28, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 28 October 1968
Request for Reproduction of Documents by Larry Bernman, 4 December 1995
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, November 18, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 18 October 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, November 25, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 25 November 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, December 2, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 2 December 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, November 18, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 18 October 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, December 9, 1968 by Robert E. Pursley, 9 December 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Staff Meeting, January 13, 196 by Robert E. Pursley, 13 January 1969
Request for Reproduction of Documents by Larry Bernman, 5 December 1995 with associated copies of hand written notes from Files of Walt Rosow, undated
Memorandum of Conversation: The President (LBJ), Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Theodore Sorensen, Charles Murphy, and W. W. Rostow, 3 April 1968 by W. W. Rostow
Bombing
2
Memorandum for Clark Clifford entitled Impact of Bombing on Infliltration of Men and Supplies by Paul G. Warnke, 29 July 1968 with associated memorandums for Clark Clifford entitled CIA Analysis of Anticipated Effects of Alternatives to the North Vietnam Bombing Program by Paul G. Warnke, 29 April 1968 with associated Appendix A Courses of Action For Bombardment of North Vietnam, and Annex entitled Instructions For Governor Harriman Following Further Curtailment of Bombardment,
Memorandum for Secretary of Defense by Paul Warnke, 29 April 1969
Memorandum for Secretary of Defense by Paul Warnke, 18 June 1968
Memorandum of President's Science Advisory Committee Report entitled The Effect of Air Strikes in North Vietnam and Laos by unknown, undated
Memorandum for Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Director of Defense Research & Engineering entitled The Effects of Air Strikes in North Vietnam and Laos
A Report by a Special Subpanel of the President's Science Advisory Committee, dated May 27, 1968
Memorandum for the President (LBJ) entitled The Effects of Air Strikes in North Vietnam and Laos

A Report by a Special Subpanel of the President's Science Advisory Committee by Earle G. Wheeler 17 June 1968
Memorandum For the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff from Office of The Secretary of Defense, undated
Memorandum entitled Request for Additional Information by Walt Rostow, undated
Memorandum for the President entitled General Abrams' Response to to Mr. Rostow's Questions Concerning the Air War in North Vietnam by unknown, undated
Memorandum for the President entitled CIA Views on Resuming Bombing Between 19° and 20° by unknown, undated
Cablegram to General Adams from Walt Rostow, 22 August 1968, Document entitled Alternative Courses of Action Against North Vietnam by unknown, undated
Document Appendix A by unknown, undated, Document not entitled but signed by Clark Clifford on 21 July 1968
Two copies of report entitled An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam: 1 April-30 June 1968 by CIA and DIA, July 1968
Letter from Regina Greenwell to Larry Berman, 4 April 1994
Memorandum form Walt Rostow to LBJ, 9 November 1968 with associated correspondence from Walt Rostow to LBJ, 7 November 1968
Memorandum from Walt Rostow to LBJ, 11 December 1968 with associated correspondence from Walt Rostow to LBJ, 26 November 1968, letter from Walt Rostow to LBJ, 23 November 1968
Memorandum for LBJ from Walt Rostow, 5 December 1968, Memorandum for the Record, 23 October 1968
3
Memorandum for the Secretary of Defense, entitled DMZ Cable by unknown, 1 June 1968
Memorandum for Clark Clifford by unknown, 28 May 1968
Document entitled Request for Information by unknown, undated
Memorandum For the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff entitled General Abrams' Cables on Bombing in NVN by unknown, undated with associated Enclosure by unknown, undated
Performance Questionnaire by unknown, undated
Memorandum for the Secretary of Defense by Paul W. Warnke, 29 April 1968
Memorandum For the Director, Central Intelligence Agency entitled Bombing of North Vietnam by unknown, undated
Excerpt taken from Papers of Paul Warnke, by unknown, undated
Document entitled Alternative Courses of Action Against North Vietnam by unknown, undated
Memorandum for the President by unknown, June 1968
Document entitled Alternative Courses of Action Against North Vietnam by unknown, undated
Memorandum entitled Possible Courses of U.S. Action on Vietnam by unknown, undated
Appendix to Memorandum For the Secretary of State entitled Negotiating Instructions by unknown, undated
Appendix to unknown document, by unknown, undated
Memorandum for Mr. Nitze, by unknown, undated
Memo for Clark Clifford entitled Analysis of Paris Talks by unknown, 22 June 1968 with associated letter from Clark Clifford to Dean Rusk
Memorandum For Lieutenant General A. J. Goodpaster, U.S. Army by Earle G. Wheeler, 25 April 1968
Henry Cabot Lodge
4
Transcript of VOA (Voice of America) Broadcast, 26 August 1963
Note from Peter Tarnoff to unknown, undated
Minutes of meeting held on 9 November 1968
Withdrawal sheets from Papers of George Elsey, undated
Minutes of Meeting 4 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 6 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 8 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 13 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 14 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 15 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 16 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 18 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 20 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 20 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 22 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 24 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 25 May 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 27 May 1968
Minutes of Meeting, 3 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 4 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 6 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 7 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 8 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 11 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 12 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 12 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 13 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 14 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 15 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 18 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 19 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 20 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 24 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 25 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 26 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 27 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 28 June 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 29 June 1968
Minutes of Meeting, 1 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 2 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 5 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 6? July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 8 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 9 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 9 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 10 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 11 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 12 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 22 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 23 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 24 July 1968
Memorandum for Dean Rusk and Clark Clifford from Walt Rostow, 22 July 1968
Minutes of Meeting, 25 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 26 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 27 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 29 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 29 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 30 July 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 31 July 1968
Memorandum for the President by Maxwell D. Taylor, 30 July 1968
Minutes of Meeting, 1? August 1968
Editorial from The New York Times, 29 July 1968
Article from the New York Times entitled MIRV's First Test and Missile Freeze by Robert Kleiman, 5 August 1968
Editorial from The New York Times entitled Delay the MIRV Tests, 5 August 1968
Minutes of Meeting, 6 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 7 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 9 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 12 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 12 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 13 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 14 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 17 August 1968 Minutes of Meeting, 19 August 1968

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