LBJ and Wilbur Mills, 4/27/66, 9.29A.





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Published on Nov 27, 2012

Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Wilbur Mills

Citation No.: 10050

April 27, 1966
Time: 9:29 AM

Location: Mansion
Speakers: President Johnson and Wilbur Mills. Office conversation.

General Topic: Business; Congressional Relations; Defense; Disasters; Economics; Elections; Federal Budget; Labor; LBJ Reminiscences; LBJ Travel; Legislation; National Politics; Natural Resources; Pre-Presidential; Procurement & Disposal; Taxes; Veterans; Vietnam

Topics: LBJ Expresses Concern About Size Of 1967 Federal Deficit, Discusses Increased Spending On Various Programs Including Agriculture, Health, Education, Impacted Areas, GI Bill, NIH, Civilian And Military Pay Raises, Warns Of Need For Future Tax Increases

More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: http://www.lbjlib.utexas.edu/johnson/...

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