July 28, 1967. Rostow sends this memo to President Johnson regarding growing violence in China related to the Cultural Revolution. In a memo that Rostow received from Alfred Jenkins on July 21st, Jenkins reported:
“The pace of social disintegration in China at present is even greater than it was in January and February. Evidence from many sources gives a picture of turbulence and confusion, in varying degree, but in each of the 26 provinces of China!”
—memo, Jenkins to Rostow, 7/21/67, #49, “CHICOM - Cultural Revolution, July - December 1967,” Files of Alfred Jenkins, National Security File, Box 2, LBJ Presidential Library.
—scanned document memo, Rostow to LBJ, 7/28/67, #47, “CHICOM - Cultural Revolution, July - December 1967, Files of Alfred Jenkins, National Security File, Box 2, LBJ Presidential Library.
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson attends funeral of Pope John XXIII - street scene after funeral. 6/17/63.
For more photos from Vice President Johnson’s trip to Rome: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151552997223780.1073741831.299210958779&type=1
Demonstrators React to the Six Day War
June 8, 1967. Inside the White House, meetings on the crisis in the Middle East continue in the Situation Room. Outside the White House, demonstrators react to the Six Day War.
-from the LBJ Library