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Presidential Election 1968 Recordings

In the last five and a half decades there was one Presidential Election that saw more change than any other and that was the Presidential Election of 1968.

Presidential Election 1968

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Bobby Kennedy

When people think of consequential elections throughout American history they think of 1876, or more recently; the Presidential Election of 2000, 2016, and 2020.  But, in the last five and a half decades there was one Presidential Election that saw more change than any other and that was the Presidential Election of 1968.  When you think about it, this was the first presidential election where Baby Boomers like Bill and Hillary Clinton, George W. and Laura Bush, Donald Trump, and Mitt Romney were all eligible to vote in as the 26th Amendment to the US Constitution had not yet been ratified and would not be until 1971.

Lyndon Johnson had become president after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963 He ran for President in 1964 in his own rite on a slogan of Let Us Continue with running-mate Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of MN The Johnson/Humphrey Ticket managed to win that election carrying 44 states plus Washington, DC earning 486 Electoral Votes and 61.1 percent of the Popular Vote at 43,129,040 popular votes to the Goldwater/Miller Ticket managing to win six states earring 52 Electoral Votes and 38.5 percent of the Popular Vote at 27,175,754 popular votes.  However, as the Vietnam War progressed since 1965 and a fracturing of the Democratic Party with Eugene McCarthy and Robert F. Kennedy being against the war, and LBJ and RFK having bad blood since the 1960 Election, the President was going to have a tougher time of getting re-elected in 1968.

Bobby KennedyThe Republican Party, however, seemed easier as it was pretty apparent that the former Vice President, Republican Party Nominee for President in 1960, and the Republican Party Nominee for California Governor in 1962, Richard M. Nixon seemed the logical choice for their Party.  Nixon did have some liberal spoilers in his Primary season named Nelson Rockefeller and George Romney.  Fellow Californian and the state's current governor, Ronald Reagan was considered a favorite son candidate as was Ohio governor James A. Rhodes.

Gene McCarthy was the first Democrat and anti-war candidate to challenge the incumbent president leaving questions open as to whether Bobby Kennedy was sitting out the campaign until 1972 for a more open election.  Then, when in the New Hampshire Primary on March 12, 1968, Johnson seemed much more vulnerable as Senator McCarthy only lost New Hampshire by winning 42% of the vote to Johnson's 49% of the vote.  McCarthy's success could be credited to the hard work of college students volunteering their time proclaiming that they were clean for Gene.  Sensing the President's vulnerability in the campaign, Senator Robert Kennedy entered the Primary for the Democratic Nomination in 1968.

Realizing that he entered many primaries too late to enter, Kennedy did offer to unify with McCarthy in those primaries before Indiana, Oregon, and of course; California With the entry of Kennedy in the race, President Johnson realized his weakness as a candidate and on March 31, 1968, he went before the American people stating that he would not seek and would not accept the nomination of the Democratic Party as their candidate for president in 1968.  He decided to spend the remainder of his term working on a Bombing halt between North and South Vietnam.

In addition to the Vietnam War, the United States was experiencing social change, particularly in the area of civil rights.  In April 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King was in Memphis, TN in support of the city's sanitation workers' strike.  On April 4, 1968, Dr. King was gunned down by James Earl Ray who was in a flophouse actress from the Lorraine Motel where Dr. King was standing on the balcony.  That night, Senator Kennedy was scheduled to do a rally in Indianapolis, but his words were more a eulogy to Dr. King than a campaign speech.  After Dr. King's assassination, many major American cities were burned.  Indianapolis was one that did not burn.

The next day, Senator Kennedy made one public appearance at the Cleveland City Club to speak about the mindless menace of violence.  It was almost a prophecy than a speech.  Exactly two months later Senator Robert Kennedy would be the next high profile American to be gunned down by an assassin's bullet.

In late April, Vice President Humphrey entered the race representing the establishment wing of the Democratic Party.  Like Bobby Kennedy who had been to various colleges like Vanderbilt, Kansas State, and Ball State; the Vice President too went on a college circuit tour.  On May 3, 1968, Vice President Humphrey visited Kent State University Ironically, this speech given about helping your fellow man was delivered two years and one day from the infamous Kent State Shootings on May 4, 1970.

During this speech to the KSU student body and faculty, some black students left, apparently because they didn't like what Humphrey said about civil rights.  Interestingly enough, when Richard Nixon came to Akron, Ohio during the campaign a group of SDS students from the Kent State chapter heckled him outside of the Mayflower Hotel in the downtown area.  Theorists about the Kent State Shootings think that that event triggered a grudge that Nixon kept for two years and that is why Jim Rhodes sent the Ohio National Guard into Kent. 

The Oregon Primary was a devastating blow to the Kennedy campaign.  He had lost to Senator McCarthy giving Bobby Kennedy the distinction of being the first Kennedy to lose an election.

As the California Primary was underway, Senators Kennedy and McCarthy campaigned for votes where they could find them.  Vice President Humphrey, who got into the race too late would fall under the uncommitted slate of electors who supported Lyndon Johnson.

In this particular primary, Senator McCarthy was seen as a hero to many college students for being the first candidate to oppose the Vietnam War He focused his time and energy campaigning on college and university campuses.  Senator Kennedy's main support was among blacks, Catholics, and the poor.  Kennedy would focus his energy on campaigning in ghettos and the barrios of California's big cities.  On June 1, 1968, three days before the election both Kennedy and McCarthy took part in a primary debate much like eight years earlier when Senator John F. Kennedy and Senator Hubert Humphrey debated just before the West Virginia Primary.  In the end, Robert Kennedy won the California Primary 46 percent to Gene McCarthy's 42 percent.  Kennedy also won the Vice President's birth state of South Dakota and McCarthy won New Jersey.  The next big election was in June 11th in New York and Senator McCarthy was hoping for a momentous win in Kennedy's adopted home state thanks to strong support from anti-war activists in New York City.

Bobby Kennedy SlainAfter Senator Kennedy delivered his victory speech at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, he headed towards the kitchen.  As he was shaking hands with kitchen staff a young 24 year old man named Sirhan Sirhan a Palestinian immigrant with Jordanian citizenship shot the Senator in the head in the kitchen service pantry.  Sihan's reasoning for the shooting was because of Kennedy's support of Israel during the Seven Days War just exactly one year earlier.  The nation started to hold vigil for Senator Kennedy The major candidates for president on both sides suspended their campaigns.  President Johnson, a major foe to Senator Kennedy called upon the nation to pray for a speedy and full recovery for the Senator.

For the next 26 hours the Senator fought for his life with death being eminent by late June 5, 1968.  At 1:44AM PDT, Senator Robert Francis Kennedy died as a result of his gunshot wounds.  He was 42 years old.

Nixon

After the Primaries were over, focus turned to the conventions to be held in August with the Republican National Convention being held in Miami Beach and the Democratic National Convention being held in Chicago.  The Republican Convention was pretty straight forward. After nominating Richard Nixon for president, Nixon in turn retired the favor to Spiro Agnew and named him as his running-mate.

The Democrats met for their convention in late August in Chicago.  Mayor Richard Daley sensing problems asked the governor to send in Illinois National Guard.  With the establishment candidate, Vice President Humphrey pretty much the Nominee even though he won no primaries and the anti-war candidate, Senator Eugene McCarthy who won most of the primaries, and last minute replacement candidates for the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy; Senator George McGovern and the late Senator's brother, Senator Edward M. Kennedy the stage was set for confrontation both inside and outside of the convention hall.  Rioters were beat be Chicago PD with chants of the whole world is watching.  Hubert Humphrey was nominated for President and Senator Edmund Muskie was nominated for Vice President.

Running MatesNot since 1948 has the issue of race reared a candidate for president as in 1948, Democratic governor of South Carolina, Strom Thurmond was nominated by the Dixiecrats to run against Harry S Truman, Thomas E. Dewey, and Henry Wallace.  In 1968, Alabama's Former Democratic governor, George Wallace along with General Curtis LeMay were running on the Independence Party Ticket.  The stage for the fall campaign was set.

As mentioned earlier, President Johnson decided not to seek a second term as president in his own rite after Kennedy's entrance into the race.  Johnson had decided that he was not going to devote any time that year in partisan politics but instead focus on the job of being president, namely getting a Bombing halt between North and South Vietnam before the November 5th Election.  In mid-October, Johnson requested a conference call between the three major candidates to talk about the Paris talks and instruct them what was to be said and what was not to be said in public.

Running MatesNearly 50 years after LBJ's death, recordings between the President and Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen have been released where it is revealed that the former Vice President (Nixon) went to the parties involved asking that they halt the peace talks until after the election as he can get them a better deal.  Johnson in his bluntest way told Dirksen that this was treason.  Dirksen responded with, "I know."

In the end, Richard Nixon was elected the 37th President of the United States carrying 32 states or 301 Electoral Votes and 31,783,783 Popular Votes which was 43.4 percent to Hubert Humphrey carrying 13 states plus Washington, DC or 191 Electoral Votes and 31,271,839 Popular Votes which was 42.7 percent to George Wallace carrying five states or 46 Electoral Votes and 9,901,118 Popular Votes which was 13.5 percent.  The country would have a new conservative road to go down for the next four years.  

In that time though, we would see an expansion of the Vietnam War by the spring of 1970 resulting in the Kent State Shootings, the creation of the EPA, the 26th Amendment to the Constitution ratified, and the break in of the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Watergate just months before the 1972 Presidential Election.  

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    Excellent compilation of items from the volatile 1968 presidential election campaign. Especially enjoyed the live TV/radio coverage of the Republican national convention in Miami Beach. If at some point you can acquire some live coverage of the ill-fated Democratic convention in Chicago, I'd snatch it up in a heartbeat!

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    1. Volume 1 - 68 shows - total playtime 23 hours 7 minutes
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    2. 19660000 Side A Wild Thing, Senator Everett McKinley.mp3
    3. 19660000 Side B Wild Thing, Senator Bobby.mp3
    4. 19670000 the George and Lurleen Wallace Souvenir Album.mp3
    5. 19670914 Richard Nixon the Future of the GOP.mp3
    6. 19671118 George Romney Announces His Candidacy for President.mp3
    7. 19671126 Bobby Kennedy Face the Nation.mp3
    8. 19671206 George Romney Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ.mp3
    9. 19671218 Richard Nixon, Merv Griffin Interview.mp3
    10. 19680000 George Romney Brainwashing.mp3
    11. 19680000 George Wallace, Stand Up for America.mp3
    12. 19680000 Nelson Rockefeller Announce Candidacy for President.mp3
    13. 19680000 Ricky McVey, Why Bobby Kennedy Why.mp3
    14. 19680000 Ronald Reagan Citizen Governor.mp3
    15. 19680000 The Royal Guardsmen, Snoopy for President.mp3
    16. 19680103 LBJ Phone Call Earle Wheeler.mp3
    17. 19680103 Nelson Rockefeller Opening NY State Legislature.mp3
    18. 19680117 LBJ State of the Union Address.mp3
    19. 19680122 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    20. 19680124 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    21. 19680127 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    22. 19680128 Ted Kennedy Face the Nation.mp3
    23. 19680129 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    24. 19680131 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    25. 19680205 Bobby Kennedy Interviewed by Harry Belafonte.mp3
    26. 19680206 Richard Nixon UW Stevens Point.mp3
    27. 19680211 Eugene McCarthy, Meet the Press.mp3
    28. 19680212 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    29. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt1.mp3
    30. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt2.mp3
    31. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover.mp3
    32. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt1.mp3
    33. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt2.mp3
    34. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Sargent Shriver.mp3
    35. 19680229 Richard Nixon A Time to Begin.mp3
    36. 19680311 LBJ Phone Call Eugene Black.mp3
    37. 19680316 Bobby Kennedy Announces His Candidacy for President.mp3
    38. 19680317 LBJ Phone Call Roger Branigin.mp3
    39. 19680317 Robert F Kennedy, Meet the Press.mp3
    40. 19680318 Bobby Kennedy Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ.mp3
    41. 19680320 Harry S Truman News Conference Election.mp3
    42. 19680321 Bobby Kennedy Vanderbilt Univ.mp3
    43. 19680322 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell.mp3
    44. 19680325 Bobby Kennedy Stands By the Warren Report.mp3
    45. 19680331 LBJ Rehearsal of Statement on Bombing Halt.mp3
    46. 19680331 LBJ Statement on Bombing Halt.mp3
    47. 19680401 LBJ Phone Call Bill Moyers and Lady Bird Johnson.mp3
    48. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Ball State Univ.mp3
    49. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Death of Martin Luther King.mp3
    50. 19680405 Bobby Kennedy Mindless Menace of Violence.mp3
    51. 19680406 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    52. 19680407 Ted Kennedy Alaska Democratic Party.mp3
    53. 19680410 LBJ Civil Rights Act of 1968.mp3
    54. 19680412 LBJ Phone Call Walter Reuther.mp3
    55. 19680419 Bobby Kennedy Q and A at Town Hall of California.mp3
    56. 19680424 Hubert Humphrey Vietnam Negotiations.mp3
    57. 19680427 Hubert Humphrey Announces Candidacy for President.mp3
    58. 19680503 Hubert Humphrey Kent State Univ.mp3
    59. 19680507 Indiana Primary Election Results.mp3
    60. 19680526 Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy Gill Coliseum.mp3
    61. 19680601 Bobby Kennedy Eugene McCarthy CA Dem Primary Debate.mp3
    62. 19680602 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation.mp3
    63. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Public Interview.mp3
    64. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Speech to Supporters.mp3
    65. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Footage of Actual Audio of Shooting.mp3
    66. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy KNX Radio Shooting of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    67. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy NBC Radio the Shooting Robert Kennedy.mp3
    68. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt1.mp3
    69. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt2.mp3

    1. Volume 2 - 42 shows - total playtime 24 hours 5 minutes
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    2. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt3.mp3
    3. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt4.mp3
    4. 19680605 California Primary Election Results.mp3
    5. 19680605 Eugene McCarthy Statement Shooting of Bobby Kennedy.mp3
    6. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover.mp3
    7. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call Ted Sorensen and Ted Kennedy.mp3
    8. 19680605 LBJ Shooting of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    9. 19680605 Pope Paul VI Prays for Robert Kennedy.mp3
    10. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt1.mp3
    11. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt2.mp3
    12. 19680606 Frank Mankiewicz Announces Death of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    13. 19680606 LBJ Death of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    14. 19680606 LBJ Phone Call Ted Kennedy.mp3
    15. 19680607 Fred Rogers Plea to Parents After Assassination.mp3
    16. 19680608 RFK Requiem Funeral Mass.mp3
    17. 19680608 Ted Kennedy Eulogy for Robert Kennedy.mp3
    18. 19680615 Ted Kennedy Rose Joe Kennedy Sr Thanks Nation.mp3
    19. 19680616 Ronald Reagan Face the Nation.mp3
    20. 19680619 H.Humphrey E.McCarthy Juneteenth Solidarity Day.mp3
    21. 19680620 Eugene McCarthy New York Democratic Primary.mp3
    22. 19680630 George Wallace Meet the Press.mp3
    23. 19680715 Eugene McCarthy the New Left.mp3
    24. 19680721 George Wallace Face the Nation.mp3
    25. 19680805 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    26. 19680805 Republican Ntnl Convention Day Session.mp3
    27. 19680805 Republican Ntnl Convention Night Session.mp3
    28. 19680807 Republican Ntnl Convention Roll Call.mp3
    29. 19680807 Republican Ntnl Convention.mp3
    30. 19680808 Richard Nixon Acceptance Speech at the RNC.mp3
    31. 19680808 Spiro Agnew Acceptance Speech at the RNC.mp3
    32. 19680809 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    33. 19680818 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    34. 19680823 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protest Rehearsal.mp3
    35. 19680825 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation.mp3
    36. 19680825 Interview IN Delegate at the DNC.mp3
    37. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protestors.mp3
    38. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention.mp3
    39. 19680828 Democratic Ntnl Convention Street Speeches and Riot.mp3
    40. 19680828 Edmund Muskie Acceptance Speech at the DNC.mp3
    41. 19680828 Hubert Humphrey Acceptance Speech at the DNC.mp3
    42. 19680828 NBC Coverage Day 3 DNC Chicago.mp3
    43. 19680828 Riots Inside Democratic National Convention.mp3

    1. Volume 3 - 56 shows - total playtime 19 hours 22 minutes
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    2. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey.mp3
    3. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    4. 19680901 Democratic Ntnl Convention Reaction.mp3
    5. 19680902 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    6. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68-1.mp3
    7. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    8. 19680916 Richard Nixon Sock it to Me.mp3
    9. 19680925 LBJ Phone Call Hale Boggs.mp3
    10. 19681001 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    11. 19681002 LBJ Landmark Conservation Bills Signing.mp3
    12. 19681003 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Southern Town Hall.mp3
    13. 19681009 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Michigan.mp3
    14. 19681016 LBJ Conference Call Humphrey Nixon and Wallace.mp3
    15. 19681020 George Wallace Meet the Press.mp3
    16. 19681020 Hubert Humphrey Face the Nation.mp3
    17. 19681022 LBJ Gun Control Act of 1968.mp3
    18. 19681025 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    19. 19681027 Richard Nixon Face the Nation.mp3
    20. 19681029 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk.mp3
    21. 19681030 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell.mp3
    22. 19681031 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    23. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt1.mp3
    24. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt2.mp3
    25. 19681101 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    26. 19681102 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    27. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk.mp3
    28. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers.mp3
    29. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    30. 19681104 LBJ Conference Call Clifford Rostov and Rusk.mp3
    31. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt01.mp3
    32. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt02.mp3
    33. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt03.mp3
    34. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt04.mp3
    35. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt05.mp3
    36. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt06.mp3
    37. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt07.mp3
    38. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt08.mp3
    39. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt09.mp3
    40. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt10.mp3
    41. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt11.mp3
    42. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt1.mp3
    43. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt2.mp3
    44. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt3.mp3
    45. 19681106 George Wallace Concession Speech.mp3
    46. 19681106 Hubert Humphrey Concession Speech.mp3
    47. 19681106 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey.mp3
    48. 19681106 Richard Nixon Victory Speech.mp3
    49. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    50. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    51. 19681116 LBJ Phone Call Dick Helms.mp3
    52. 19681123 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers.mp3
    53. 19681205 LBJ Phone Call Earl Warren.mp3
    54. 19681217 LBJ Phone Call Henry Fowler.mp3
    55. 19681231 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    56. 19690114 LBJ State of the Union Address.mp3
    57. 19690120 Richard Nixon Inaugural Address.mp3
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    2. 19660000 Side A Wild Thing, Senator Everett McKinley.mp3
    3. 19660000 Side B Wild Thing, Senator Bobby.mp3
    4. 19670000 the George and Lurleen Wallace Souvenir Album.mp3
    5. 19670914 Richard Nixon the Future of the GOP.mp3
    6. 19671118 George Romney Announces His Candidacy for President.mp3
    7. 19671126 Bobby Kennedy Face the Nation.mp3
    8. 19671206 George Romney Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ.mp3
    9. 19671218 Richard Nixon, Merv Griffin Interview.mp3
    10. 19680000 George Romney Brainwashing.mp3
    11. 19680000 George Wallace, Stand Up for America.mp3
    12. 19680000 Nelson Rockefeller Announce Candidacy for President.mp3
    13. 19680000 Ricky McVey, Why Bobby Kennedy Why.mp3
    14. 19680000 Ronald Reagan Citizen Governor.mp3
    15. 19680000 The Royal Guardsmen, Snoopy for President.mp3
    16. 19680103 LBJ Phone Call Earle Wheeler.mp3
    17. 19680103 Nelson Rockefeller Opening NY State Legislature.mp3
    18. 19680117 LBJ State of the Union Address.mp3
    19. 19680122 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    20. 19680124 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    21. 19680127 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    22. 19680128 Ted Kennedy Face the Nation.mp3
    23. 19680129 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    24. 19680131 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    25. 19680205 Bobby Kennedy Interviewed by Harry Belafonte.mp3
    26. 19680206 Richard Nixon UW Stevens Point.mp3
    27. 19680211 Eugene McCarthy, Meet the Press.mp3
    28. 19680212 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara.mp3
    29. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt1.mp3
    30. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt2.mp3
    31. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover.mp3
    32. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt1.mp3
    33. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt2.mp3
    34. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Sargent Shriver.mp3
    35. 19680229 Richard Nixon A Time to Begin.mp3
    36. 19680311 LBJ Phone Call Eugene Black.mp3
    37. 19680316 Bobby Kennedy Announces His Candidacy for President.mp3
    38. 19680317 LBJ Phone Call Roger Branigin.mp3
    39. 19680317 Robert F Kennedy, Meet the Press.mp3
    40. 19680318 Bobby Kennedy Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ.mp3
    41. 19680320 Harry S Truman News Conference Election.mp3
    42. 19680321 Bobby Kennedy Vanderbilt Univ.mp3
    43. 19680322 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell.mp3
    44. 19680325 Bobby Kennedy Stands By the Warren Report.mp3
    45. 19680331 LBJ Rehearsal of Statement on Bombing Halt.mp3
    46. 19680331 LBJ Statement on Bombing Halt.mp3
    47. 19680401 LBJ Phone Call Bill Moyers and Lady Bird Johnson.mp3
    48. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Ball State Univ.mp3
    49. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Death of Martin Luther King.mp3
    50. 19680405 Bobby Kennedy Mindless Menace of Violence.mp3
    51. 19680406 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    52. 19680407 Ted Kennedy Alaska Democratic Party.mp3
    53. 19680410 LBJ Civil Rights Act of 1968.mp3
    54. 19680412 LBJ Phone Call Walter Reuther.mp3
    55. 19680419 Bobby Kennedy Q and A at Town Hall of California.mp3
    56. 19680424 Hubert Humphrey Vietnam Negotiations.mp3
    57. 19680427 Hubert Humphrey Announces Candidacy for President.mp3
    58. 19680503 Hubert Humphrey Kent State Univ.mp3
    59. 19680507 Indiana Primary Election Results.mp3
    60. 19680526 Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy Gill Coliseum.mp3
    61. 19680601 Bobby Kennedy Eugene McCarthy CA Dem Primary Debate.mp3
    62. 19680602 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation.mp3
    63. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Public Interview.mp3
    64. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Speech to Supporters.mp3
    65. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Footage of Actual Audio of Shooting.mp3
    66. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy KNX Radio Shooting of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    67. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy NBC Radio the Shooting Robert Kennedy.mp3
    68. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt1.mp3
    69. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt2.mp3

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    2. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt3.mp3
    3. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt4.mp3
    4. 19680605 California Primary Election Results.mp3
    5. 19680605 Eugene McCarthy Statement Shooting of Bobby Kennedy.mp3
    6. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover.mp3
    7. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call Ted Sorensen and Ted Kennedy.mp3
    8. 19680605 LBJ Shooting of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    9. 19680605 Pope Paul VI Prays for Robert Kennedy.mp3
    10. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt1.mp3
    11. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt2.mp3
    12. 19680606 Frank Mankiewicz Announces Death of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    13. 19680606 LBJ Death of Robert Kennedy.mp3
    14. 19680606 LBJ Phone Call Ted Kennedy.mp3
    15. 19680607 Fred Rogers Plea to Parents After Assassination.mp3
    16. 19680608 RFK Requiem Funeral Mass.mp3
    17. 19680608 Ted Kennedy Eulogy for Robert Kennedy.mp3
    18. 19680615 Ted Kennedy Rose Joe Kennedy Sr Thanks Nation.mp3
    19. 19680616 Ronald Reagan Face the Nation.mp3
    20. 19680619 H.Humphrey E.McCarthy Juneteenth Solidarity Day.mp3
    21. 19680620 Eugene McCarthy New York Democratic Primary.mp3
    22. 19680630 George Wallace Meet the Press.mp3
    23. 19680715 Eugene McCarthy the New Left.mp3
    24. 19680721 George Wallace Face the Nation.mp3
    25. 19680805 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    26. 19680805 Republican Ntnl Convention Day Session.mp3
    27. 19680805 Republican Ntnl Convention Night Session.mp3
    28. 19680807 Republican Ntnl Convention Roll Call.mp3
    29. 19680807 Republican Ntnl Convention.mp3
    30. 19680808 Richard Nixon Acceptance Speech at the RNC.mp3
    31. 19680808 Spiro Agnew Acceptance Speech at the RNC.mp3
    32. 19680809 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    33. 19680818 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    34. 19680823 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protest Rehearsal.mp3
    35. 19680825 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation.mp3
    36. 19680825 Interview IN Delegate at the DNC.mp3
    37. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protestors.mp3
    38. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention.mp3
    39. 19680828 Democratic Ntnl Convention Street Speeches and Riot.mp3
    40. 19680828 Edmund Muskie Acceptance Speech at the DNC.mp3
    41. 19680828 Hubert Humphrey Acceptance Speech at the DNC.mp3
    42. 19680828 NBC Coverage Day 3 DNC Chicago.mp3
    43. 19680828 Riots Inside Democratic National Convention.mp3

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    2. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey.mp3
    3. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley.mp3
    4. 19680901 Democratic Ntnl Convention Reaction.mp3
    5. 19680902 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    6. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68-1.mp3
    7. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    8. 19680916 Richard Nixon Sock it to Me.mp3
    9. 19680925 LBJ Phone Call Hale Boggs.mp3
    10. 19681001 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    11. 19681002 LBJ Landmark Conservation Bills Signing.mp3
    12. 19681003 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Southern Town Hall.mp3
    13. 19681009 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Michigan.mp3
    14. 19681016 LBJ Conference Call Humphrey Nixon and Wallace.mp3
    15. 19681020 George Wallace Meet the Press.mp3
    16. 19681020 Hubert Humphrey Face the Nation.mp3
    17. 19681022 LBJ Gun Control Act of 1968.mp3
    18. 19681025 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    19. 19681027 Richard Nixon Face the Nation.mp3
    20. 19681029 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk.mp3
    21. 19681030 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell.mp3
    22. 19681031 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    23. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt1.mp3
    24. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt2.mp3
    25. 19681101 NBC News Coverage Election 68.mp3
    26. 19681102 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    27. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk.mp3
    28. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers.mp3
    29. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    30. 19681104 LBJ Conference Call Clifford Rostov and Rusk.mp3
    31. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt01.mp3
    32. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt02.mp3
    33. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt03.mp3
    34. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt04.mp3
    35. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt05.mp3
    36. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt06.mp3
    37. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt07.mp3
    38. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt08.mp3
    39. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt09.mp3
    40. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt10.mp3
    41. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt11.mp3
    42. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt1.mp3
    43. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt2.mp3
    44. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt3.mp3
    45. 19681106 George Wallace Concession Speech.mp3
    46. 19681106 Hubert Humphrey Concession Speech.mp3
    47. 19681106 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey.mp3
    48. 19681106 Richard Nixon Victory Speech.mp3
    49. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen.mp3
    50. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon.mp3
    51. 19681116 LBJ Phone Call Dick Helms.mp3
    52. 19681123 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers.mp3
    53. 19681205 LBJ Phone Call Earl Warren.mp3
    54. 19681217 LBJ Phone Call Henry Fowler.mp3
    55. 19681231 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford.mp3
    56. 19690114 LBJ State of the Union Address.mp3
    57. 19690120 Richard Nixon Inaugural Address.mp3
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    166 recordings on 52 Audio CDs. Total playtime 48 hours, 9 min
    166 recordings on 52 Audio CDs
    total playtime 48 hours, 9 min

    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A001

    1. 19660000 Side A Wild Thing, Senator Everett McKinley
    2. 19660000 Side B Wild Thing, Senator Bobby
    3. 19670000 the George and Lurleen Wallace Souvenir Album

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A002

    1. 19670914 Richard Nixon the Future of the GOP
    2. 19671118 George Romney Announces His Candidacy for President

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A003

    1. 19671126 Bobby Kennedy Face the Nation
    2. 19671206 George Romney Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A004

    1. 19671218 Richard Nixon, Merv Griffin Interview
    2. 19680000 George Romney Brainwashing
    3. 19680000 George Wallace, Stand Up for America
    4. 19680000 Nelson Rockefeller Announce Candidacy for President
    5. 19680000 Ricky McVey, Why Bobby Kennedy Why
    6. 19680000 Ronald Reagan Citizen Governor
    7. 19680000 The Royal Guardsmen, Snoopy for President
    8. 19680103 LBJ Phone Call Earle Wheeler

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A005

    1. 19680103 Nelson Rockefeller Opening NY State Legislature

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A006

    1. 19680117 LBJ State of the Union Address
    2. 19680122 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara
    3. 19680124 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A007

    1. 19680127 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley
    2. 19680128 Ted Kennedy Face the Nation
    3. 19680129 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara
    4. 19680131 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A008

    1. 19680205 Bobby Kennedy Interviewed by Harry Belafonte

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A009

    1. 19680206 Richard Nixon UW Stevens Point

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A010

    1. 19680211 Eugene McCarthy, Meet the Press
    2. 19680212 LBJ Phone Call Robert McNamara
    3. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt1
    4. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford Pt2
    5. 19680214 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover
    6. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt1
    7. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Dwight Eisenhower Pt2

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A011

    1. 19680219 LBJ Phone Call Sargent Shriver
    2. 19680229 Richard Nixon A Time to Begin
    3. 19680311 LBJ Phone Call Eugene Black

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A012

    1. 19680316 Bobby Kennedy Announces His Candidacy for President
    2. 19680317 LBJ Phone Call Roger Branigin

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A013

    1. 19680317 Robert F Kennedy, Meet the Press

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A014

    1. 19680318 Bobby Kennedy Landon Lecture Kansas State Univ

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A015

    1. 19680320 Harry S Truman News Conference Election
    2. 19680321 Bobby Kennedy Vanderbilt Univ
    3. 19680322 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell
    4. 19680325 Bobby Kennedy Stands By the Warren Report

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A016

    1. 19680331 LBJ Rehearsal of Statement on Bombing Halt
    2. 19680331 LBJ Statement on Bombing Halt
    3. 19680401 LBJ Phone Call Bill Moyers and Lady Bird Johnson

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A017

    1. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Ball State Univ
    2. 19680404 Bobby Kennedy Death of Martin Luther King

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A018

    1. 19680405 Bobby Kennedy Mindless Menace of Violence
    2. 19680406 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley
    3. 19680407 Ted Kennedy Alaska Democratic Party
    4. 19680410 LBJ Civil Rights Act of 1968
    5. 19680412 LBJ Phone Call Walter Reuther

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A019

    1. 19680419 Bobby Kennedy Q and A at Town Hall of California
    2. 19680424 Hubert Humphrey Vietnam Negotiations
    3. 19680427 Hubert Humphrey Announces Candidacy for President

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A020

    1. 19680503 Hubert Humphrey Kent State Univ

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A021

    1. 19680507 Indiana Primary Election Results
    2. 19680526 Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy Gill Coliseum

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A022

    1. 19680601 Bobby Kennedy Eugene McCarthy CA Dem Primary Debate

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A023

    1. 19680602 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation
    2. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Public Interview
    3. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Final Speech to Supporters

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A024

    1. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy Footage of Actual Audio of Shooting

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A025

    1. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy KNX Radio Shooting of Robert Kennedy
    2. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy NBC Radio the Shooting Robert Kennedy

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A026

    1. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt1
    2. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt2

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A027

    1. 19680605 Bobby Kennedy WOW Radio Shooting Robert Kennedy Pt3
    2. 19680605 Eugene McCarthy Statement Shooting of Bobby Kennedy
    3. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call J Edgar Hoover
    4. 19680605 LBJ Phone Call Ted Sorensen and Ted Kennedy
    5. 19680605 LBJ Shooting of Robert Kennedy
    6. 19680605 Pope Paul VI Prays for Robert Kennedy

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A028

    1. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt1
    2. 19680606 Dick Cavett Reaction Death of Robert Kennedy Pt2
    3. 19680606 Frank Mankiewicz Announces Death of Robert Kennedy
    4. 19680606 LBJ Death of Robert Kennedy
    5. 19680606 LBJ Phone Call Ted Kennedy
    6. 19680607 Fred Rogers Plea to Parents After Assassination
    7. 19680608 Ted Kennedy Eulogy for Robert Kennedy

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A029

    1. 19680615 Ted Kennedy Rose Joe Kennedy Sr Thanks Nation
    2. 19680616 Ronald Reagan Face the Nation
    3. 19680619 H.Humphrey E.McCarthy Juneteenth Solidarity Day
    4. 19680620 Eugene McCarthy New York Democratic Primary

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A030

    1. 19680630 George Wallace Meet the Press

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A031

    1. 19680715 Eugene McCarthy the New Left

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A032

    1. 19680721 George Wallace Face the Nation
    2. 19680807 Republican Ntnl Convention Roll Call

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A033

    1. 19680808 Richard Nixon Acceptance Speech at the RNC
    2. 19680808 Spiro Agnew Acceptance Speech at the RNC
    3. 19680809 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon
    4. 19680818 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon
    5. 19680823 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protest Rehearsal

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A034

    1. 19680825 Eugene McCarthy Face the Nation
    2. 19680825 Interview IN Delegate at the DNC
    3. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention Protestors
    4. 19680826 Democratic Ntnl Convention
    5. 19680828 Democratic Ntnl Convention Street Speeches and Riot

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A035

    1. 19680828 Edmund Muskie Acceptance Speech at the DNC
    2. 19680828 Hubert Humphrey Acceptance Speech at the DNC

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A036

    1. 19680828 NBC Coverage Day 3 DNC Chicago

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A037

    1. 19680828 Riots Inside Democratic National Convention
    2. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey
    3. 19680829 LBJ Phone Call Richard Daley
    4. 19680901 Democratic Ntnl Convention Reaction
    5. 19680902 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A038

    1. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68-1

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A039

    1. 19680902 NBC News Coverage Election 68
    2. 19680916 Richard Nixon Sock it to Me
    3. 19680925 LBJ Phone Call Hale Boggs
    4. 19681002 LBJ Landmark Conservation Bills Signing

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A040

    1. 19681003 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Southern Town Hall

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A041

    1. 19681009 Richard Nixon the Nixon Answer Michigan

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A042

    1. 19681016 LBJ Conference Call Humphrey Nixon and Wallace
    2. 19681020 George Wallace Meet the Press
    3. 19681020 Hubert Humphrey Face the Nation

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A043

    1. 19681022 LBJ Gun Control Act of 1968
    2. 19681025 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford
    3. 19681027 Richard Nixon Face the Nation
    4. 19681029 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A044

    1. 19681030 LBJ Phone Call Richard Russell
    2. 19681031 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen
    3. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt1

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A045

    1. 19681101 Hubert Humphrey What Manner of Man Pt2
    2. 19681102 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen
    3. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Dean Rusk
    4. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers
    5. 19681103 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon
    6. 19681104 LBJ Conference Call Clifford Rostov and Rusk

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A046

    1. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt01
    2. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt02
    3. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt03

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A047

    1. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt04
    2. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt05
    3. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt06
    4. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt07

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A048

    1. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt08
    2. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt09
    3. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt10

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A049

    1. 19681105 Election Night Coverage Pt11
    2. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt1
    3. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt2

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A050

    1. 19681106 Election Coverage Pt3
    2. 19681106 George Wallace Concession Speech
    3. 19681106 Hubert Humphrey Concession Speech
    4. 19681106 LBJ Phone Call Hubert Humphrey
    5. 19681106 Richard Nixon Victory Speech
    6. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Everett Dirksen

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A051

    1. 19681108 LBJ Phone Call Richard Nixon
    2. 19681116 LBJ Phone Call Dick Helms
    3. 19681123 LBJ Phone Call George Smathers
    4. 19681205 LBJ Phone Call Earl Warren
    5. 19681217 LBJ Phone Call Henry Fowler
    6. 19681231 LBJ Phone Call Clark Clifford

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    Presidential Election 1968 Disc A052

    1. 19690114 LBJ State of the Union Address
    2. 19690120 Richard Nixon Inaugural Address

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