LBJ Recording of Telephone Conversation, WH Series, Speaker: ROBERT KENNEDY, Time: 6:30P

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LBJ Recording of Telephone Conversation, WH Series, Speaker: ROBERT KENNEDY, Time: 6:30P

LBJ Recording of Telephone Conversation, WH Series, Speaker: ROBERT KENNEDY, Time: 6:30P

Time: 6:30P Length of Conversation: 4:13 Incoming Call LBJ speaks. Speaker: ROBERT KENNEDY Topics: DISCUSSION OF CIVIL RIGHTS BILL STRATEGY IN SENATE; MIKE MANSFIELD; HARRY BYRD; EVERETT DIRKSEN; RICHARD RUSSELL; CLOTURE IN SENATE; ROY WILKINS Comments: FREQUENT SKIPPING; POOR SOUND QUALITY

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