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President's Daily Diary Entry, April 6, 1968

Date:
1968-04-06T00:00:00
Description:
On April 6, 1968, President Johnson spent much of the day on the telephone monitoring the riots which had broken out in a number of major cities, including Washington, D. C., in response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. During the afternoon, the President met with General William Westmoreland and a number of top advisors to discuss the situation in Vietnam. General Westmorland had dinner with the President and his daughter Lynda Johnson Robb on the second floor, and he spent the night as a guest at the White House.
Subject:
Clark, Ramsey, 1927-, Harriman, W. Averell (William Averell), 1891-1986, Daley, Richard J., 1902-1976, Taylor, Maxwell D. (Maxwell Davenport), 1901-1987, Rostow, W. W. (Walt Whitman), 1916-2003, Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973, Clifford, Clark M. (Clark McAdams), 1906-1998, Robb, Charles S. (Charles Spittal), 1939-, Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971, Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. (Nicholas deBelleville), 1922-, Wheeler, Earle Gilmore, 1908-1975, African Americans, Assassination, Civil rights, Chicago (Ill.), Memphis (Tenn.)
Partner:
National Archives and Records Administration
Part of:
President's Daily Diary
Source:
https://catalog.archives.gov/id/192478
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