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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Lyndon B. Johnson and American Liberalism
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6 pages in length. Based on Bruce J. Schulman's book, this is a summarization as well as critique and evaluation on the arguments, evidence and conclusions in the book. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society
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A 5 page discussion of Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society. Johnson initiated numerous economic programs which would collectively be identified as the "Great Society". The nation was in an economic decline and the Vietnam War toiled on the minds of the citizens. Johnson's intent in creating the Great Society was to lessen poverty by creating new jobs and strengthening areas of the economy which were weak. His war on poverty would, for all appearances, be successful. It would be a short-lived success, however. The Great Society would soon be revealed as taking a heavy toll on American economics.
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Lyndon B. Johnson: A Positive Perspective
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A 12 page overview of Johnson's accomplishments and failures. The author contends that although he is remembered bitterly for his role in the Vietnam War, Johnson had a lengthy political history thatrests outside the issues surrounding Vietnam. That history is not only positive, it isexemplary and testifies to his work ethic and his morals.
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Lyndon Baines Johnson
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( 8 pp) "LBJ" (1908-1973), 36th president of the United States (1963-1969). Johnson was the first candidate from a Southern state to be elected president of the United States for more than a century. He became president on November 22, 1963, hours after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Texas. In 1964 Johnson was elected to a full four-year term by the largest popular majority in modern U.S. history. His triumph represented a victory for the average voter in U.S. politics, with which Johnson, as a congressman, Senate leader, and vice president, had identified himself. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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