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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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.
His efforts bore fruits in 1964 when US President Lyndon Johnson approved a law to end inequality between the white and black Americans.
Acs' comment alludes to the intractability of poverty and the long, tough slog it is trying to get tens of millions out of poverty, given that 50 years ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared a "War on Poverty.
That's the premise behind a play, "The Ghosts of Tonkin," that revisits the 50th anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin resolution that gave President Lyndon Johnson the authority to go to war in Vietnam.
Washington, July 17 ( ANI ): 'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston will play the role of President Lyndon Johnson in the movie version of Tony winning play 'All the way'.
Obama currently is touring southeast Asia for one week and his visit to Malaysia is the first for a US president since a 1966 visit by former president Lyndon Johnson.
Washington, Jumada II 10, 1435, Apr 10, 2014, SPA -- President Barack Obama said Thursday he is indebted to president Lyndon Johnson for pushing sweeping civil rights legislation through Congress 50 years ago, according to dpa.
5 percentage points since President Lyndon Johnson opened his "War on Poverty" in the 1960s, despite federal spending of $799 billion on 92 programs in fiscal 2012, the Hill reported.
President Lyndon Johnson may have been the greatest political arm twister ever to inhabit the Oval Office.
9, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed legislation establishing the U.
Fifty years ago January 8, President Lyndon Johnson announced the "War on Poverty" during his first State of the Union speech.
He was killed two weeks before he planned to honour the inaugural group of recipients, and it fell to president Lyndon Johnson to preside over the ceremony at the White House on the day Kennedy's family was moving out.

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