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  • and Jack Vaughn. It was at a cocktail party at Honolulu that President Johnson came up and quietly said--you see, Mac Bundy had already resigned, and there was quite a lot of talk about a successor--that, "Lady Bird and I had been talking about it, and we'd
  • staff and operations; JCS; Rostow’s relationship with LBJ in the White House; Lady Bird; diplomacy with chiefs-of-state; ECAFE; Asian development; LBJ’s speeches; Tuesday Lunches; Vietnam policy under JFK and LBJ; Laos; peace negotiations; RFK and LBJ
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  • of the American people. If we keep up the pressure on them, gradually the will of the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese will wear down," Clifford concluded. · At 1:45 p. m. Lynda Bird brought Patrick Lyndon Nugent in to the President. Lyn stayed
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