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 one side, President Donald Trump and the four Democratic congresswomen of color known as the "Squad"; and on the other, President Lyndon Johnson and Illinois Republican Sen.
NEWS 1964 American President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Bill prohibiting racial discrimination.
The concept of daylight saving time was brought in by Benjamin Franklin to extend the days during the warmer summer months. Daylight saving became a law after 1966 when President Lyndon Johnson made it an official practice.
1965: Following gallbladder surgery, President Lyndon Johnson lifts his shirt (right) to show off his 12-inch-long scar.
Lee affirmed the automaker will produce the model in its Alabama factory in order to avoid paying the Chicken Tax established in 1964 by president Lyndon Johnson, and which imposes a 25-percent tariff on all imported trucks.
But the White House behind may be more familiar to music fans than to US president Lyndon Johnson, left it is actually Hylands House, home until last year of Essex's V Festival.
The Labour government under that consummate politician Harold Wilson, refused to accede to the request of US President Lyndon Johnson, to commit UK forces to the disastrous Vietnam War.
American leaders called for calm and President Lyndon Johnson declared a national day of mourning in honor of King's death.
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.
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.

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