LBJ'S HOME TOWN - HD A month after being sworn into office, Johnson City, Texas, LBJ's hometown, becomes a topic of interest. A tour of the small west Texas community shows highway signs, a Sinclair gas station, a Purina feed store, horseback riders and some middle class homes.
LBJ: DISSENT ENCOURAGES FOE - HD President Johnson says that the communists take encouragement from the dissent and protests against the war in Vietnam. But he forcefully vows to "see this through" and succeed.
Date: June 30, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:22:00, With Audio
LBJ: NATO IS VITAL - HD In the wake of France's withdrawal from NATO's military obligations, Pres. Lyndon Johnson warns about the dangers of isolation. He speaks at the State Department to a gathering of diplomats.
Date: March 23, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:31:00, With Audio
LBJ: USE OF POWER IS 'AGONY' FOR U.S. - HD President Johnson delivers a speech on the use of American power. He says that historically for Americans to act militarily "has not meant arrogance but agony." He asserts that the U.S. wields power "reluctantly and with restraint."
Date: May 11, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:25:00, With Audio
LUDWID ERHARD VISITS LBJ RANCH The press gathers at LBJ's ranch, where they await the arrival of West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard. LBJ greets Erhard at a military base. Back at the ranch, the honored guest is treated to a Texas-style barbeque and a piano performance by Van Cliburn.
Date: December 30, 1963 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:28:00, No Audio
LURLEEN WALLACE RUNS FOR GOVERNOR - HD Running for the Democratic party nomination for governor of Alabama as a stand-in for her husband George, Lurleen Wallace shakes hands with voters. George Wallace gives a speech denouncing beatniks, socialists and communists.
Date: April 20, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:54:00, With Audio
MADDOX WON'T SERVE BLACKS - HD Outside of a restaurant in Atlanta, white men angry at the passage of the Civil Rights Act, threaten blacks with a baseball bat and axe handles. Lester Maddox, future Governor of Georgia and owner of the restaurant, leads them. In response to an interviewer, he lists all the weapons he will use to prevent the integration of his business.
Date: July 3, 1964 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:41:00, With Audio
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