U.S. AID CAN BEAT NAZIS, HOPKINS SAYS Harry Hopkins returns to New York City from England after a month's tour as President Roosevelt's special representative, convinced that Hitler can be beaten by Britain, with material help from the U.S.
BILL MOYERS ON ANTI-WAR PROTESTS - 1965 White House Press Secretary Bill Moyers discusses the government’s concerns over anti-war demonstrators being exploited by communist interests and Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach's investigation into such.
GET WELL LETTERS TO PRESIDENT EISENHOWER - 1955 Get well letters wishing President Eisenhower a speedy recovery from his heart attack pour in. Press Secretary James Haggarty gives the nation an uplifting message and heartfelt thanks from First Lady Mamie Eisenhower on her husband's condition.
U THANT & MICHAEL STEWART The press interviews United Nations Secretary General U Thant and British Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart, who "wishes U Thant well and assures him the full and enthusiastic support of the British government for what he's seeking to do."
SENATOR GOLDWATER WINS CALIFORNIA PRIMARY Senator Barry Goldwater wins the California Presidential Primary but faces heavy competition from N.Y. Governor Nelson Rockefeller, elsewhere former press secretary Pierre Salinger defeats Alan Cranston in the Democratic race for the California Senate.
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