Lyndon Baines Johnson


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Noun1.Lyndon Baines Johnson - 36th President of the United StatesLyndon Baines Johnson - 36th President of the United States; was elected vice president and succeeded Kennedy when Kennedy was assassinated (1908-1973)
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As for his several years of commitment to the LBJ project, and its potential value to audiences, the playwright quotes leading Johnson biographer Robert Caro: "America can't fully understand its history without knowing Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Lyndon Baines Johnson was the greatest champion that black Americans and Mexican-Americans and indeed all Americans of color had in the White House, the greatest champion they had in all the halls of government.
According to the Daily Mail, Barbara joined her daughter-in-law Laura Bush on a panel for the 'Enduring Legacies of America's First Ladies' conference at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library.
Summary paragraph: From aiCIO's October Issue: Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel analyzes power through the lens of former US President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
The book has its origins in a workshop at the London School of Economics on the Big Society, which seems to be current British English for what Lyndon Baines Johnson called the Great Society.
AIDES TO LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON ALWAYS knew when their boss had decided to engage in a political battle.
Appalachian Legacy: Economic Opportunity After the War on Poverty" discusses the impact of the declaration of the war on poverty in 1964 by Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Put simply, when someone's being touted as a potential vice president, that means that that very same person is being touted as a potential president-Robert Caro's recently released fourth volume in his massive biography of Lyndon Baines Johnson is all the proof you need of that.
Truman noted, "Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers," and Lyndon Baines Johnson once said, "A book is the most effective weapon against intolerance and ignorance.
You Wake Me Each Morning" is the autobiography of Senior White House Correspondent Connie Lawn as she shares her story of being in the press business form the era of Lyndon Baines Johnson to the modern presidency of Barack Obama, and what has changed over those years.
MY learned colleague, the ancient and honourable Lord Keevins, is quoting the profanity of Lyndon Baines Johnson to describe Peter Lawwell becoming part of the SFA establishment he so despised.
Students from Maryland's George Fox and Lime Kiln middle schools performed on the plaza at the Lyndon Baines Johnson building in Washington, D.