Eisenhower and the American Crusades

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INTERVIEWS
Maxwell M. Rabb, October 1, 1968,
and January 12, 1970
Sherman Adams, July 31 and August
3, 1969
E. Frederic Morrow, November 1,
1968
Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, Decem-
ber 10, 1969
Gabriel Hauge, November 22, 1968
Lucius Clay, April 8, 1969
Eleanor Lansing Dulles, January 9, 1970
Stephen Benedict, April 9, 1969 Clarence Mitchell, January 30, 1970
James C. Hagerty, April 9 and 11,
1969
Ralph J. Bunche, January 31, 1970
Robert B. Anderson, March 11, 1970
Sinclair Weeks, April 15, 1969 Henry Cabot Lodge, May 14, 1970
Robert Merton, April 23, 1969 Lyndon B. Johnson, June 30, 1970
Leonard Hall, May 5, 1969 Roy Wilkins, August 11, 1970
Roy Cohn, May 7, 1969 Emmet John Hughes, August 14, 1970
C. Douglas Dillon, May 26, 1969 Joseph C. Harsch, August 24, 1970
Milton S. Eisenhower, June 19, 1969 Harold E. Stassen, August 23, 1971
George M. Humphrey, July 2, 1969

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ORAL HISTORY, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, INTERVIEWS:
Bertha Adkins E. La Mar Buckner
George Aiken Carter L. Burgess
Henry Aurand Arthur E. Burns
Ezra Taft Benson Prescott Bush
Andrew H. Berding Earl Butz
Samuel Brownell Lucius Clay
Percival Brundage Kenneth Crawford

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