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  • The name Lyndon B. Johnson and his two wars, the War in Vietnam and the War on Poverty.


  • Certain historical personages do appear briefly, such as Lyndon B. Johnson, President Eisenhower, Secretary Wilson, the astronauts Deke Slayton and Mike Collins, and the scientists Jack Eddy, John Houbolt and Carl Sagan, but they are not given fictitious roles or inflated speeches.


  • Nevertheless, through mostly peaceful and nonviolent actions, negotiations, and the actions of politicians such as Lyndon B. Johnson, the civil rights movement succeeding in transforming society in not just the south, but in the entire United States, making it a more hospitable and comfortable place for all races, creeds, and colors to live.


  • And yet there is a different quality of opposition to Clinton, and Obama than there was to some of the more recent deeply unpopular presidents, such as Lyndon B. Johnson, Nixon and Jimmy Carter. stories: News

  • Despite sending prominent liberals to the U.S. S.nate after World War II, such as Lyndon B. Johnson and Ralph Yarborough, Texas voters retained their conservative tendencies even during the presidencies of John F. Kennedy and native son Johnson.

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  • Congress of the Southeast Asia Resolution (better known as the Lyndon B. Johnson the authority to assist any Southeast Asian country whose government was considered to be jeopardized by "communist aggression," including the commitment of U.S. forces without a declaration of war.

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  • As a piece of social policy, the health bill passed Sunday night by the House of Representatives ranks up there with the Great Society programs of Lyndon B. Johnson in ambition and scope.

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  • Lyndon B. Johnson (November 22, 1963 to November 21, 1964):

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  • In the 1960s, President John F. Kennedy commented that his vice president, Lyndon B. Johnson, had "the worst job in Washington."

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  • Lyndon B. Johnson started out with humble origins but had achieved sufficient economic means from his Texas broadcast holdings by the time he reached the White House.

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