Warren Commission: Conversation with Rep. Hale Boggs
|Speaker:||Lyndon B Johnson|
United States. Warren Commission.
Investigation of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
LBJ and Rep. Hale Boggs
(Dem.-La.) explore the idea of a presidential commission rather than separate Senate
and House investigations. Here, we’re offering selected telephone conversations
concerning the Special Commission to Investigate the Assassination of President
John F. Kennedy (the Warren Commission). President John F. Kennedy was assassinated
in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963. Shortly thereafter, the House of Representatives
and the Senate considered independent investigations of the assassination and the
murder of Kennedy’s putative assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. To trump these congressional
efforts, President Lyndon Johnson decided to form a presidential commission to investigate
the assassination and Oswald’s death.
These conversations document the formation of the commission — indentified by the
A comment about the recordings. These recordings vary dramatically in audio quality.
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