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Jun 15, 2014 8:00pm EDT
. ironically, the one war i had to mediate was between china and vietnam. and so, they were wrong about vietnam. we knew it and nobody would admit it. -- and i still don't understand what hoover's motivation was, but he had a sick envy or hatred of martin luther king. >> on hoover, yes. hoover sent this memo out describing dr. king. unbelievable. you are right about the selma thing. after bloody sunday when the march resumed, johnson sent troops. we nationalize the guard to protect the marchers. my instruction was to send memos to the white house every two hours about those marchers. you can read them. they are on the lbj library tapes. every two hours, where they were, how far they had gotten. who wouldm to jack bring them into the president. andas so focused on selma on that march working. it was really quite remarkable. >> one of the things people forget is how many things were kennedy was in the plane crash on the night the senate passed the bill. your head spins at all the things the president is dealing with. it was remarkable how unwilling president johnson was for such a famous
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Jan 11, 2015 8:00am EST
china and vietnam. and so they were wrong about vietnam. and we knew it and nobody would admit it. and that i think plus -- and i still don't understand what hoover's motivation was. but he had a sicken i have or hatred of martin luther king. >> let me just put in two points. on hoover i remember i was then bob mcnamara's assistant in the pentagon and hoover sent out this memo describing dr. king to all the cabinet officers. unbelievable. but you're right about the selma thing. after bloody sunday when the march resumed johnson sent troops, we nationalized the guard so that we could protect the marchers. i was -- my instruction was to send memos to the white house every two hours. about those marchs. and they're actually -- >> you can read them. >> you can read them. they're actually on the lbj library tapes. every two hours where they were, how far they had gotten. i sent them to jack volente who would bring them into the president. the questions would come back. he just didn't -- he was so focused on selma and on that march working, it was really quite remarkable. >> i think one
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