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|Creator:||Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973|
|Title:||Telephone conversation from Lyndon B. Johnson to Bill Moyers on March 9, 1965 at 7:33 a.m.|
|Date:||1965 Mar. 9|
In this telephone conversation, Bill Moyers relates his recent telephone conversation with Martin Luther King, Jr., and reports on the events in Selma, including plans for a march for that day, the question of calling out the National Guard to protect marchers, and the current Federal presence in Selma.
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|Subjects:||Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 | Moyers, Bill D. | Wallace, George C. (George Corley), 1919-1998 | Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. (Nicholas deBelleville), 1922- | King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 | African Americans--Civil rights | Civil rights--United States | Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965 | Civil rights demonstrations--Alabama--Selma | Alabama. National Guard | United States, District of Columbia, Washington, 38.907192, -77.036871|
|Institution:||Lyndon Baines Johnson Library|
|Contributors:||Lyndon Baines Johnson Library|
Control Number: WH6503-04-07, Collection: Recordings and Transcripts of Telephone Conversations and Meetings, 11/22/1963 - 01/03/1969, Series: White House Telephone Recordings and Transcripts, 11/22/1963 - 01/03/1969, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library.
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