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Digital-materials UA22020001-SET-0001, Folder 3, Disk UA22020001-FL3-0030
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The Living History Program produces interviews with prominent American and world leaders who have been major participants in significant international or domestic events, or movements of social change. This collection contains videotapes and transcripts of interviews by Duke University faculty members with prominent American leaders, primarily in the area of post-World War II diplomacy.

This collection contains videotapes and transcripts of interviews by Duke University faculty members with prominent American leaders, primarily in the area of post-World War II diplomacy. Individuals represented include Oscar Arias Sanchez, Les Aspin, Ellsworth Bunker, Dr. Samuel DuBois Cook, Angier Biddle Duke, J. William Fulbright, Averell Harriman, Jesse Jackson, Samuel W. Lewis, William H. Luers, Jack F. Matlock, George Crews McGhee, Robert McNamara, King Mihai of Romania, Yasuhiro Nakasone, Paula H. Nitze, Charles Percy, Dean Rusk, Abdus Salam, Terry Sanford, James Schlesinger, Earl E.T. Smith, Soedjatmoko, Hanna Suchaka, Richard Goldstone, Erhard Busek, Judy Woodruff, David Gergen, Vernon A. Walters, and Yegor Gaidar. Also includes a composite tape from the interviews with Bunker, Fulbright, and Rusk relating to perspectives on the war in Vietnam. The collection also includes videotapes of speeches given on the Duke campus by other prominent individuals.