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Short Take: LBJ Warren Commission tapes on the Net

Netizens can now hear President Lyndon B. Johnson's White House tapes recorded shortly after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and first publicly released in November 1993. The tapes document conversations with then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and others about the creation of the Warren Commission to investigate Kennedy's death. Jerry Goldman, a professor of political science at Northwestern University, created the site to offer RealAudio versions of the tapes.

Netizens can now hear President Lyndon B. Johnson's White House tapes recorded shortly after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and first publicly released in November 1993. The tapes document conversations with then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and others about the creation of the Warren Commission to investigate Kennedy's death. Jerry Goldman, a professor of political science at Northwestern University, created the site to offer RealAudio versions of the tapes.