This report of a task force on national security under the direction of the Republican National Committee criticizes the foreign policy decisions of the Johnson Administration. The report charges that the Administration has damaged the reputation of the United States abroad and brought about a crisis of confidence in domestically by adhering to the military doctrines of "flexible response" and "gradualism." The task force calls for quick and firm military responses to international crisis in order to rehabilitate the reputation of the United States as a world power.
This WFBM editorial describes the changing mood of the country regarding the Vietnam War between 1967 and 1968. The editorial touches on the Tet offensive, Congress's dissatisfaction with the way the administration is running the war, the cost of the war in terms of dollars and American lives, and the frustrations of the American people.
Beckman informers Kiser about a group calling itself the Fifth of February Coalition plans to march in protest of President Nixon's visit on February 5, 1970. The marchers plan to protest a variety of policies of the state and federal government, including American involvement in the Vietnam War.
This document for the Hudnut for Congress campaign details Hudnut's support for President Nixon's handling of the Vietnam War, noting the near total withdrawal of American troops and the fact that the policy of Vietnamazation appears to the be only viable option forward.
A document prepared by George McGovern's political opponents contradicting his claim that he opposed military action in Vietnam. The document shows not only McGovern's votes, but also provides a list of legislation related to Vietnam that was voted on in Congress between July 1964 and August 1968.