HARRISON SALISBURY ON HANOI - 1967 In a televised interview, respected New York Times journalist Harrison Salisbury is asked about the affect of U.S. bombings on North Vietnam: "To be effective in moving Hanoi toward the negotiating table, I think it would have to damage them so severly from a military standpoint that they would be confronted with disaster or complete collapse."
Date: January 11, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:20:00, With Audio
BARBARA TUCHMAN RECEIVES PULITZER PRIZE Pulitzer Prize winners Mary Lou Werner, Allen Drury, and Miriam Ottenberg honor Barbara Tuchman, who receives a Pulitzer Prize at the Women's National Press Club for the novel The Guns Of August.
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