The Johnson Tapes: RFK vs. LBJ | 1998
Examines the audiotapes made by President Lyndon B. Johnson as he spoke with his advisors, confidants and enemies. This special focuses on Johnson's widely perceived paranoia about his potential rival, Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Includes conversations with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and recent widow Jacqueline Kennedy. The recordings, made without the knowledge of the other parties, were stored in the Johnson archive in Texas until they became available to the public in September 1998.