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Pictorial Report Number 6.

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975. "Three reports in one: First, a look at ROTC; second the story of the many civilians who play a vital role in our defense effort; and third, the island of hope for millions of free Chinese -- Formosa."--National Archives and Records Administration.
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1953
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Rep. Walter H. Judd (R-MN)

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1951
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China Shall Have Our Help

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An appeal for donations from United China Relief, Inc., an organization chartered in 1941 to raise money for humanitarian aid to China, and to educate Americans about China and its people.
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1941
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Interview With Harry McPherson, 1981 [electronic resource]

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Harry McPherson served as Special Counsel to LBJ from 1965 to 1969 and was Johnson's chief speechwriter from 1966 to 1969. McPherson begins the interview by recalling the conflicted mood at the White House following the Tet Offensive. The optimism found in military cables and official information clashed with televised images showing the nation that the war was resulting in massive loss of human life and that a prisoner could be shot at point-blank range. He also talks about the concerns LBJ had that the Vietnam War might escalate into a world war and that the goal was not to destroy North Vietnam but rather to keep them contained and not overthrow the government in South Vietnam. He ends the interview with a personal sketch of President Johnson, a complex and tragic figure.
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1983
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Sir Alexander Grantham

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1954
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Richard G. Casey (1954)

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1954
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The Stilwell Story

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1958
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Prospects of Mankind With Eleanor Roosevelt China: Shadow on the Summit

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Charles O. Porter, Blair Fraser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Saville Davis and Eleanor Roosevelt consider the inclusion of China in disarmament talks, the future of Chinese-Soviet relations, and possible changes in the United States' foreign policy on China.
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1960
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Prospects of Mankind With Eleanor Roosevelt Russia and China: What Does the Future Hold?

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The Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and her guests explore the causes of the Russia-China rift and the likelihood of its developing into a complete break. They discuss specific U.S. [United States] foreign policy moves that might be made to take advantage of the dispute, as well as the directions that Soviet foreign policy might take as a result of the rift.--from container jacket.
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1962