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53) Though Canada had decided to introduce a "one China--one Taiwan" resolution when the UNGA opened in November, Rusk managed to delay Canada's decision, asking for time to convince LBJ for permission to convince Canada to introduce a study commission resolution instead.
While the confirmation of Nixon's behavior is shocking enough, the LBJ tapes also reveal that the Democratic president at one point had a secret plan to re-enter the 1968 presidential election at the last second.
He claims that at this meeting LBJ handed a secret policy manual for the protection of the president to a colleague so he would be able to devise a way of breach-ing Kennedy's tight security and assassinating him.
Claudia Anderson, LBJ Library archivist, described him as "certainly romantic in these letters in that he is wooing her, he's trying to impress her and he makes various arguments why they should get married.
LBJ dismisses his staff's proposed retaliation as akin to ``sending in a widow woman to slap Jack Dempsey.
Having always voted in Massachusetts, he had no real connection to the state, but the LBJ landslide was enough to carry him to victory over the GOP incumbent.
Criticism is leveled when appropriate, but overall the authors applaud Johnson's ability to advance American interests under difficult circumstances; LBJ, concludes Schwartz, "guided the United States toward a policy that balanced the solidarity of the Western alliance with the need to be `growing out of the Cold War'" (p.
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5, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Peniel Joseph, renowned scholar, teacher and a leading public voice on race issues has received a joint professorship appointment at the LBJ School of Public Affairs and the History Department in the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin.
To have a film that offers the story of one of the most hallowed chapters in the Civil Rights movement and not do justice to the president - to suggest that somehow the president prevented the movement from playing out - just doesn't do any good," Mark Updegrove, a historian and the director of the LBJ Presidential Library and Museum, said in an interview on Tuesday.
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Democrats have become the party of the rusty, antiquated ideas of FDR and LBJ.
LBJ is presented as ambitious, hard driving, goal oriented and extremely powerful.
What if LBJ had possessed a crystal ball in 1964 and had foreseen all the agony, outrage, and brutality that his Vietnam policy would produce and, most important, the eventual defeat of our side?
LBJ, Panzer, Box 216, Memo to Moyers from Redmon, September 26, 1966 (forwarded to LBJ, August 30, 1966), attached to "A Survey of the Political Climate in the Sixth Congressional District of Wisconsin;' by Quayle, August 1966.