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  • Folder, "April 5, 1968 - 11:10 a.m. President's meeting with Negro leaders after death of Martin Luther King," Papers of Tom Johnson, Box 3
  • and to our people has meant much. The Civil Rights Bill is due to you and many others. We must say to the country: "We must work together. But Martin Luther King and others who have died - - they cannot benefit from the grief. " THE PRESIDENT: The President
  • activities --­ a. Constant touch with Katzenbach b. The Attorney General's advice and counsel c . Instructed them to go in as "friend of the court" d. K ept D efense Department on notice e . Proud of way Martin Luther King decided not to march
  • File unit description: Documents center on the demonstrations and the controversy over the voting rights of Negroes in Selma, Alabama; the march led by Martin Luther King, Jr.; Gov. George Wallace's meeting with President Johnson; and the decision
  • AND CHAOS THAT IS GOING ON IN ALABAMA .,0 " . OR MUST WE LOSE ALONG WITH PRESTIGE AND POSITION IN FUREIGN COUNTRIES SHOULD WE HAVE TO SACRIFICE A MAN OF DIGNITY AND MORAL STRENGTH SUCH AS DR MARTIN LUTHER KING HOPEFULLY YOURS MR AND MRS SAM1Y DAVIS JR . y
  • H eflin Heid eke Holstein Holt Horany Hughes Hull Isaacks Ivey .Jackson James Ja.meson Jobe Johnson Jones Kazen Kilgore King Kirkpatrick Latimer Lee Lehma.n Lewis Lindsey Loving Luedemann ;\IcCann ll1cCorkle Mc· Daniel Mc·Donald McGregor Steward
  • - - - EMANUEL CELLER (D.-N. Y.) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 THIS IS NO TIME FOR PANIC Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Martin Luther King, able civil rights leader, asks President Johnson to abandon the military junta now ruling South Vietnam
  • ­ vented through the prog ram outlined by the study g r oup. I sincerely hope that this program will be put into p r actic e in l the near future. s~~cerely ·1 / .J~i~l~~ l C1..,tt.'~~. ,~ Martin Lunin , D. D . S. x. Professor and Head Department
  • , when public sentiment for effective gun control was high following the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Senator Robert Kennedy:, it appeared that we might even get the only . really effective control -- licensing and registration
  • own daughter's husband, Clarence Martin, who married my Aunt Frank. Martin was Charlie McDonald's law partner. I spent some good summers with Uncle Clarence. Grandmother was paralyzed. I had to move her wheelchair. I didn't know much about my family
  • accepts that. Martin went before the House today. Our area of worry is their general underlying lack of sympathy with us . Martin said he would be disturbed if Canadians thought they had been used. They may cha rge we put them in a false position
  • and John Moss, and Senators Mansfield, Russell Long and Robert Byrd. The President opened the meeting as king if there was anything to report on the Continuing Resolution. Senator Mansfield said that they met today. The President asked about the D. C. Bill