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LYNDON JOHNSON SPEECHES

 Lyndon Johnson Speeches

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Johnson Oath

Johnson was the 36th President of the United States of America. His term as President was from 1963 until 1969. He succeeded to the Presidency after the assassination for John F. Kennedy, and was re-elected in 1964 by a large margin.

As President he was responsible for designing the "Great Society" package of legislation, which included laws that would uphold Civil Rights, educational aid, Medicaid and Medicare, environmental protection, and "The War on Poverty."

While pushing these progressive domestic programs, Johnson escalated American involvement in the Vietnam War. The war would be a drag on Johnson's popularity, and a cause of turmoil within the Democratic Party.

Lyndon JohnsonBy the 1968 Presidential election the Democratic Party had become highly factionalized, splintered by reactions to the war and other issues. Johnson saw no way to win the war in Vietnam, and no way to reunite his fractured party long enough to win reelection. On March 31, 1968, Johnson announced "I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term" as President.

History remembers Johnson with great favor for his domestic agenda, despite his failure in foreign policy.

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MP3 DISK CONTENTS: [Help]
24 shows - total playtime 10 hours 37 minutes

Lyndon B. Johnson 621222 Candlelight Memorial Service for President Kennedy.
Lyndon B. Johnson 630530 Memorial Day Address
Lyndon B. Johnson 631123 Proclamation 3561 - National Day of Mourning JFK
Lyndon B. Johnson 631127 First Congressional Address
Lyndon B. Johnson 640108 State of the Union.
Lyndon B. Johnson 640315 Radio & TV Interview by Rep of Major Broadcast Services
Lyndon B. Johnson 640317 NYC Dinner of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
Lyndon B. Johnson 640324 Atlantic City Conv of the United Auto Workers
Lyndon B. Johnson 640522 Address To Univ Michigan
Lyndon B. Johnson 640522 University of Michigan
Lyndon B. Johnson 640702 Radio & TV Upon Signing the Civil Rights Bill.
Lyndon B. Johnson 640702 Signing Civil Rights Bill
Lyndon B. Johnson 641009 Fund Raiser In New Orleans
Lyndon B. Johnson 650120 President's Inaugural Address
Lyndon B. Johnson 650315 Adrs Congress Voting Registration
Lyndon B. Johnson 650407 Johns Hopkins University Peace Without Conquest
Lyndon B. Johnson 650730 Pres Truman Signing in Independence of the Medicare Bill.
Lyndon B. Johnson 660112 State of the Union
Lyndon B. Johnson 670110 State of the Union
Lyndon B. Johnson 670619 State Depr Foreign Policy Conference for Educators.
Lyndon B. Johnson 680117 State of the Union
Lyndon B. Johnson 680404 Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lyndon B. Johnson 680405 Day of Mourning Death of Dr. King
Lyndon B. Johnson 690114 State of the Union

 


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