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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
  • , 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
  • , Ambassador John Martin, Dominican Republic. u. s. Ambassador to Guinea . u. s. Ambassador Benson Timmons, Ambassador to the u. s. Ambassador to Haiti. Ambassador James Riddleberger, u. s . Ambassador to Austria. Ambassador Muxat Williams, El
  • to friends with both sides. The Israelis do not feel compelled to our advice. We met with Arab ambassadors last week. I had letter from King Hussein today. We welcome any suggestions any helpo QUESTION: be follow a long and What about U.S. relations
  • AMMAN TO SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 4557 STATE GRNC BT -S E e ft E T AMM.AN 3270 NOD IS FEB 3, 1968 8 :14 ;p .M. , FOR YOUR INFORMATION . SUBJECT: ACTIONS NEEDED FORESTALL FURTHER JORDANIAN MOVES TOWARD SOVIETS \ t. AFTER SENDING KING'S MESSAGE
  • Folder, "[December 5, 1967 - 5:31 p.m. Meeting with Governor John W. King of New Hampshire]," Meeting Notes Files, Box 2
  • MAR VIN WATSON'S NOTES ON THE MEETING BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR JOHN W. KING OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1967 5:31P.M. p Governor, I read your speech before the State Democratic Executive Committee and it was awfully good. If I
  • some arms deal with Jordan and do so before they decide to go to the Russians. We could agree not to give them supersonics now but review the decision again if they insist. Assis tant Secretary Talbot: Our reply to Jordanian King Hussein has