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Nightline: The LBJ Tapes #648668

ABC Special for Monday, Jul 21, 1997

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Taped segments of excerpts of 1964 telephone conversations between then President Lyndon Johnson and then Texas Governor John Connally, then Johnson advisor Clark Clifford, then Johnson aide Bill Moyers, then Attorney General Robert Kennedy, then Johnson aide Larry O'Brien, then labor leader Walter Reuther, then Johnson advisor James Rowe, and Joe Haggar of Haggar Slacks, with discussions between Aaron Brown (ABC) and LBJ historian Robert Dallek re: Johnson's telephone conversations.

Duration:
00:30:00

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