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- Cable from U.S. Embassy (Saigon), [U.S. Security Measures in Vietnam] (January 6, 1965).
- Appendix to Memorandum from McGeorge Bundy to Lyndon Johnson,
"A Policy of Sustained Reprisal" (February 7, 1965).
- Letter from Mike Mansfield to Lyndon Johnson, [Views on Vietnam] (February 8, 1965).
- Minutes, "National Security Council Meeting, Thursday, February 18, 1965, Cabinet
Room, 5:20 p.m."
- Memorandum from McGeorge Bundy to Lyndon Johnson, [Discussion on Vietnam] (March 6, 1965).
- Letter from Clark Clifford to Lyndon Johnson, [The Vietnam "Quagmire"]
(May 17, 1965).
- Memorandum of Conversation, "Vietnam Panel" (July 10, 1965).
- Memorandum from CIA. Directorate of Intelligence, "The Vietnamese Communists Will Persist"
[Excerpt] (August 26, 1966).
- Memorandum from Robert McNamara to Lyndon Johnson, " A
Fifteen Month Program for Military Operations in Southeast Asia" (November 1, 1967).
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