March 20, 1964 - Three U.S. fliers shot down over East Germany. Cambodia shoots down Vietnamese spotter plane. LBJ at fundraiser offers "Better Deal". Barry Goldwater at fundraiser offers paranoia. Pierre Salinger quits as White House Press Secretary to run for Senate in California. Michigan Governor George Romney blasts Lieutenant Governor over Romney's proposal to strengthen drunk driving laws. First day of Spring.
Weekend Talkshows Past - Issues & Answers from September 1964, featuring vice-Presidential hopeful Senator Hubert Humphrey interviewed regarding the upcoming election, Barry Goldwater, the recent coups in Vietnam, Foreign and Domestic policy.
Newstalgia Reference Room - A Dean Rusk Press Conference. Secretary of State Dean Rusk holds of Press conference, reviewing the events of 1967 and outlining U.S. goals for 1968, and discusses the ceasefire offer to North Vietnam. Less than three weeks later the Tet Offensive would begin.
Newstalgia Thousand Yard Stare - 1968 in review. All the sounds, the people and the situations that made 1968 what it was via BBC Radio 1. December 31, 1968.
Newstalgia Thousand Yard Stare - 1966 in Review. the 1966 off-year elections. The escalating Vietnam War. Mass killings in Chicago and Austin Texas. Civil Rights. LBJ's trip to Asia. John Lennon and the "Jesus" quote. A strange year.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with the White House Wedding of Lynda Bird Johnson to Charles Robb, December 9, 1967.
Meet The Press with Secretary of State Dean Rusk and the heightening of tensions in South Vietnam over the Gulf of Tonkin incident earlier in the month. Interview from August 30, 1964.
News of the day for July 29, 1965. Local New York news, plus World News, including reaction to LBJ Vietnam buildup address, Abe Fortas appointed to Supreme Court, Civil Rights demonstrations throughout the South, another day in paradise.
Newstalgia Reference Room - An interview from Face the Nation with Secretary of State Dean Rusk on Vietnam, the rising tide of dissent towards the war, the recent riots, the Cold War, Communist countries, The middle East, the recent Six Day War. From July 30, 1967
Newstalgia Reference room with President Johnson's Address to Congress regarding Civil Rights from March 13, 1965.