Lyndon Baines Johnson

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Pausing for several seconds, Lyndon Baines Johnson continued slowly in a powerful, determined voice, with a distinct emphasis on each word.
We're not going to have any slack to the extent that we can prevent it,' said Jim Harrington, director of the Texas Civil Rights Project, standing aside Luci Baines Johnson, whose father, President Lyndon Baines Johnson, signed the Voting Rights Act in 1965.
Lyndon Baines Johnson was the man we loved to hate, the president who escalated the Vietnam War and became the target for demonstrations all over the world.
Although Lyndon Baines Johnson was sensitive to criticism, Hope, the elder statesman of wit, kept the crucible bubbling.
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Signed into law by President Lyndon Baines Johnson, the Highway Beautification Act was an unprecedented effort by President and Mrs.
On August 27, 1964, President Lyndon Baines Johnson accepted his party's nomination for a term in his own right, telling the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, "Let us join together in giving every American the fullest life which he can hope for.
Then in 1965, Lyndon Baines Johnson took FDR's lead and started the Ponzi scheme of Medicare.
The full names of the presidents together with birth/death and power dates are: i) Lyndon Baines Johnson (D/1908-1973/1963-1969), ii) Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D/1882-1945/1932-1945), iii) Dwight David Eisenhower (@/1890-1969/1953/1961), iv) John Fitzgerald Kennedy (D/1917-1963/1961-1963), v) James Earl Carter (D/1924-/1977-1981), vi) Barack Hussein Obama (D/1961-/2009-), vii) William Jefferson Clinton (D/1946-/1993-2001), viii) Richard Milhous Nixon (R/1913-1995/1969-1974), ix) Gerald Rudolph Ford (R/1913-2006/1974-1977), Harry 'S' Truman (D/1884-1972/1945-1953) &, xi) Ronald Wilson Reagan (R/1911-2004/1981-1989) 6.
Judgment Days attempts to weave the story of two of the major actors of the advancement of civil rights in the twentieth century: the pragmatic thirty-sixth president Lyndon Baines Johnson and the charismatic civil rights leader Reverend Dr.
Kennedy, the Students for a Democratic Society, Lyndon Baines Johnson, the John Birch Society, Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon.
Interestingly, Conyers, who entered the House of Representatives in 1964, never managed to find any impeachable behavior in the conduct of Lyndon Baines Johnson, who lied America into a far more destructive war and presided over the colossal civil rights violations of J.
AS JOURNALIST NICK KOTZ POINTS OUT IN HIS COMPREHENSIVE study Judgment Days: Lyndon Baines Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr, and the Laws That Changed America (Houghton Mifflin Company, January 2005), as president, Johnson introduced this concept to the world in a commencement speech on June 4, 1965, at Howard University.