Join us for a discussion of JFK’s secret White House recordings, taped during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The tapes will be played during the program. Caroline Kennedy will offer opening remarks.
Timothy Naftali, former director of UVA’s Miller Center Presidential Recordings Project, will moderate panelists David G. Coleman, author of The Fourteenth Day; Philip Zelikow, former director of the Miller Center; and Ted Widmer, co-author of Listening In: The Secret White House Tapes of J.F. Kennedy.
Speakers will sign books following the program.
Thursday, October 25, at 7 p.m. in the William G. McGowan Theater of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.