President Lyndon Johnson

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Noun1.President Lyndon Johnson - 36th President of the United StatesPresident Lyndon Johnson - 36th President of the United States; was elected vice president and succeeded Kennedy when Kennedy was assassinated (1908-1973)
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ON this day in 1965 the then US Army Chief of Staff General Harold K Johnson reported to President Lyndon Johnson that recent air raids in Vietnam have been ineffective.
At the age of 24, Goodwin became a White House Fellow and served as an assistant to President Lyndon Johnson during his last year in the White House.
WASHINGTON * Churches would gain the right to endorse political candidates and still retain their tax-free status under a provision in House Republicans' tax overhaul plan, which would repeal a 63-year-old law named after former President Lyndon Johnson.
Of course, what will ultimately determine whether Trumps actions during Hurricane Harvey are politically effective is if he can reach the standard established by President Lyndon Johnson during Hurricane Betsy in 1965.
Resignation, as remote as it seems right now, might well be a choice the President would make to save his children from prison, and himself from future prosecution," emphasizes Professor Bobbitt, who is a nephew of former President Lyndon Johnson and a prominent constitutional theorist.
After serving in the White House of President Lyndon Johnson, he went on to become Carter's national security adviser from 1977 to 1981, during the Iranian hostage crisis.
The ship was named in honor of Paul Robert Ignatius, who served as secretary of the Navy under President Lyndon Johnson from 1967 to 1969.
Lynda Johnson Robb, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, who pushed for the Department's creation, also attended the event.
foreign policy during the administration of President Lyndon Johnson.
STS finalists met President Lyndon Johnson and his dog "Him" at the White House.
Fifty years ago, on May 18, President Lyndon Johnson announced the creation of Project Head Start, a federal effort designed to ensure at-risk children across the nation receive a quality early childhood experience.
In January 1964, President Lyndon Johnson declared his War on Poverty.

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