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Vietnam and the Presidency: Inside the White House I

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34th president Jimmy Carter (through a taped interview) discusses his experiences with the aftermath of the Vietnam War during his presidency. A panel discussion including former U.S. secretaries of state Henry Kissinger and Alexander Haig, special counsel to JFK Theodore Sorensen, and special assistant to LBJ Jack Valenti on presidential policies at the time follows. Daughter of JFK and JFK Library Foundation president Caroline Kennedy introduces the event.