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Oral Histories -- Elizabeth Carpenter

Elizabeth Carpenter (1920-2010)Elizabeth Carpenter

(1920- 2010) Journalist, 1945-1960; Lyndon Johnson's Vice Presidential campaign staff, 1961; Administrative Assistant to Vice President Johnson, acting as speech writer and media adviser, 1961-1963; Press Secretary and Staff director to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, 1963-1969; founder of the National Women's Political Caucus, 1970; co-chair of ERAmerica, 1975; Assistant Secretary of Education for Public Affairs under Jimmy Carter, 1979-1980.

PDF Elizabeth Carpenter Interview I
Elizabeth Carpenter Interview II
Elizabeth Carpenter Interview III
Elizabeth Carpenter Interview IV
Elizabeth Carpenter Interview V
Elizabeth Carpenter Special Interivew I

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Last Updated March 22, 2010