LBJL

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LBJLLyndon B. Johnson Library (Austin, Texas)
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(35.) Thomson to Rostow, Bill Moyers, and Jack Valenti, April 2, 1966, White House Confidential Files, box 7 (2 of 2), folder "CO 50 China," LBJL.
(36.) Thomson to Moyers, March 15, 1966, NSF, Name File, box 8, folder "Thomson Memos," LBJL.
(93.) LBJL NSF, Nuclear Weapons--Contingency Planning (folder), Walt Rostow Files, Box 7; Tom Johnson Meeting Notes Files, Box 2.
(94.) General Wheeler to General Westmoreland and Admiral Sharp (JCS 01154), 1 February 1968, LBJL NSF, NSC Histories, box 47.
(25.) For the disappointment of the national office, see letter from Saddler to Johnson, April 4, 1936, LBJL, NYA files, box 8, administrative: April-June 1936 file.
(33.) "Activities of the Division, September 15-November 30, 1936"; "Narrative and Statistical Report for February 1937," LBJL, NYA Papers, box 6, administrative reports, January-June 1937 file.
(63.) Memo, Bundy to Johnson, December 11, 1964, NSF, Files of McGeorge Bundy, Chronological File, box 5, LBJL (hereafter NSF/Files-McGB/Chron).
File, box 1, LBJL. For the mutually respectful relationship between Bundy and Johnson in the wake of the assassination, see Valenti (1975, 69, 80-81).
(5.) Presidential Daily Diary, Box 14, June 5, 1968, LBJL. Cf.
(8.) White House Central Files, PL Ex, Box 79, 10-1-67/6-30-68, memo from Tom Johnson to LBJ, May 20, 12:15 P.M., LBJL.
(11.) Telephone conversation transcript, Lyndon Johnson to McGeorge Bundy, April 14, 1964, LBJL.
See Letters, Mike Mansfield to Lyndon Johnson, December 7, 1963 (also January 6, 1964, and February 1, 1964), Memos to the President, Box 1, National Security File (NSF), LBJL. For a general discussion of neutralization, see Fredrik Logevall, "DeGaulle, Neutralization, and American Involvement in Vietnam, 1963-1964," Pacific Historical Review 61, no.