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LBJ, Rusk, Rostow during Vietnam War crisis


The White House 2001 Project
smoothing the path to power

Whoever wins the cliffhanger election, they still face six weeks to get ready to govern. The White House 2001 Project is a two-part program designed to provide new staff members with information necessary to get off to a good start. Funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the WH2001 is a product of long-time ibiblio contributor Terry Sullivan of UNC Chapel Hill, Martha J. Kumar, an expert on presidential communications, and other presidency scholars working with the Presidency Research Group, a section of the American Political Science Association.

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Ami Vitale's Kosovo


My Eyes - Your World
photographs by Ami Vitale

Ami Vitale, 29, is a freelance photographer who is now based in Paris. She moved to Prague in 1997 and in the end of 1998, traveled to Kosovo and spent eight months documenting the plight of refugees. Currently, she is covering the conflicts in the Middle East but will be traveling to W. Africa in November to document the Muslim village of Dembel Jumpora in Guinea-Bissau. The Alexia Foundation for World Peace generously awarded her their professional grant to continue her work there.

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Frank Zappa

Philm Freax film & cultural archives
photo-documentary by Phil Franks

An eclectic overview of contemporary culture at the end of the millennium. Find interviews with celebrities such as Woody Allen, Frank Zappa, John Cale and Nico and more. Articles on Portobello Road, British aristocracy, Elton John, and cultural icons such as Gremaine Greer and Abbie Hoffman. This archive experience has been expanding since 1996.