Frustration with Johnson and War in Vietnam

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In this exchange, a Wilmington resident attending Stanford University expresses his frustrations with the Johnson administration's policy on Vietnam. He reported to Senator Williams the increase of professors and students who were joining protests against the war in Vietnam all around college campuses in California. In response, Senator Williams empathized with the constituent's frustrations over the Johnson administration's involvement with the war in Vietnam.

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Williams, John J. (John James), 1904-1988. "Frustration with Johnson and War in Vietnam." Papers of Senator John J. Williams, University of Delaware Library. Accessed 28 April 2017. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/357.

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Title

Frustration with Johnson and War in Vietnam

Subject

Vietnam War, 1961-1975

Description

In this exchange, a Wilmington resident attending Stanford University expresses his frustrations with the Johnson administration's policy on Vietnam. He reported to Senator Williams the increase of professors and students who were joining protests against the war in Vietnam all around college campuses in California. In response, Senator Williams empathized with the constituent's frustrations over the Johnson administration's involvement with the war in Vietnam.

Creator

Williams, John J. (John James), 1904-1988

Source

Papers of Senator John J. Williams, University of Delaware Library

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1966-02-16

Contributor

University of Delaware Library

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