Remove Forces in Vietnam

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A constituent in Heavener, Oklahoma writes to Carl Albert calling for the removal of US forces in Vietnam. In his response, Albert acknowledges this view and mentions that the Administration is anxious to hear Secretary McNamara's report on his visit to Vietnam.

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Albert, Carl, 1908-2000. "Remove Forces in Vietnam." Original Correspondence. Letters exchanged by constituent from Heavener, Oklahoma and Rep. Albert. Carl Albert Congressional Papers, Departmental Series, Box 54, Folder 18, Carl Albert Center Congressional Archives, University of Oklahoma. Accessed 16 June 2019. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/336.

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Title

Remove Forces in Vietnam

Subject

Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Albert, Carl Bert, -- 1908-2000

Description

A constituent in Heavener, Oklahoma writes to Carl Albert calling for the removal of US forces in Vietnam. In his response, Albert acknowledges this view and mentions that the Administration is anxious to hear Secretary McNamara's report on his visit to Vietnam.

Creator

Albert, Carl, 1908-2000

Source

Original Correspondence. Letters exchanged by constituent from Heavener, Oklahoma and Rep. Albert. Carl Albert Congressional Papers, Departmental Series, Box 54, Folder 18, Carl Albert Center Congressional Archives, University of Oklahoma

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1965

Contributor

Carl Albert Center Congressional Archives, University of Oklahoma

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English

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Oklahoma