President Johnson: . . . Our position is we believe in self-determination, and if the people vote and elect a communist, we can’t do anything about it, whether it’s Bond in Georgia or what not. But we damn sure can’t appoint them. . . .
LBJ is talking to Walker Stone of Scripps-Howard about a proposal to allow the Vietcong some spots in the South Vietnamese government.



Courtesy of the Miller Center at the University of Virginia.
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