As with today, many the younger generation that it was a good idea, the old guard (the older generation) thought it was a bad idea.
== Answer == He attempted to micro manage the war to such a point that he became obsesed with almost every wartime deceision from troop movement to target selection and ship movement.
November 22, 1963. was the date that Lyndon B.Johnson became president due to the death by assassination ofPresident John Kennedy. The time was about 1 pm. He began a secondterm on Jan. 20, 1964 and left office on Jan. 20,1968.
LBJ was buried in his family cemetery, which today is part of the Lyndon B. Johnson National Park in Stonewall, Texas.
Jonhson died from a third heart attack on January 22, 1973 at his ranch on 4:33 p.m
The War on Poverty and the Civil Rights Act of 1964
His birthday is a state holiday in his home state of Texas. As of 2012, he was the last incumbent President eligible to run for reelection who didn't. He was the last Vice President to vacate the Vice Presidency before ratification of the 25th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, so he was the...
LBj was taught by his mom and when he went to high school he went to Johnson City High School in Texas. He then graduated at the age 15. And in 1930 he graduated from Texas State Teachers College. He took some law classes later but did not get a law degree.
He died January 22, 1973 at age 64 from a heart attack.
What inspired Johnson's war on poverty was that he knew what it was like to live in poverty from his childhood, and he understood suffering and he believed in social action. He felt that a wealthy, powerful government could and should try to improve the lives of its citizens.
Lyndon B. Johnson was in office from November 22, 1963 until January 20, 1969.
yes he did he said hell try not to but that Lyndon just couldn't help it
he said his first speech when he first was nominated to be president
Finding an end to the war in Vietnam was LBJ's biggest challenge. In fact, it was too much for him, I think. The war cut his popularity immensely and caused him not to run in 1968 despite a landslide victory in 1964.
LBJ was born near Stonewall, Texas
Personally, I don't think that he was a good president. Now, I base this opinion on more than his presidency; I also base it on his political life as a whole. Although he may have made good decisions politically at times, I don't like him at all. He was all about power and politics and not the...
Every US president has to do some "one" thing to establish his legacy, a few examples:1. Washington was the FIRST US president; that's his legacy (no one can ever claim that one).2. Jackson was the ONLY US president to ever pay off the US national debt.3. Lincoln preserved the union; but people will...
Lyndon B. Johnson had several significant accomplishments duringhis presidency, including signing the Civil Rights Act, andappointing the first African-American justice on the Supreme Court.He was the 36th U.S. President.
his favorite soda was fresca, he had a fountain of it installed in the oval office
no because kenndy and mcnara intended to pull our observers out by 1965 Johnson felt that it would be a defeat and increaded our troops.
Texas democrat. He was JFK 's VP.
Lyndon B. Johnson was considered a traitor by Democrats in Southern States when he signed the Voters Rights Act and Federal Laws against discrimination. His actions changed the political power balance in those states to Republican as we see today. He did serve as Texas State Senator and...
Medicare, which is an insurance program, was enacted through a bipartisan vote of Congress, with the support of the administration of President Lyndon Johnson.
he is famous for the way he became president
Johnson picked up his dog by the ears, which looks like it could be painful to the dog. It looked a bit like animal cruelty, and in any event, did not seem like the kind of thing a politician should do in order to present a good public image.
Poverty can be considered the enemy because it makes people suffer, cause pain, and can even kill people. LBJ "declared unconditional war on poverty" by providing aid for the poor, jobs for youth, a domestic Peace Crops, etc.
Economic and social equality
Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater deferred when it came to the fundamental belief in civil rights. In the 1964 election, Johnson beat Goldwater by a large margin.
By calling and cryin to his mommy
United States never officially declared Vietnam war.
the philosphy was to eliminate poverty and eradicate racial injustice through education, medical care, and making better urban life
it was to suck tht D all day long
He is not a what, but rather a who. He was the President who replaced JFK after his Assisnation.
LBJ was a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy Reserve and served briefly on active duty before being recalled by the President to return to Congress.
The Doves wanted simply peace.
It was named the great society and included the war against poverty.
he was not supported by most of the people. Americans disliked the Korean War and felt General Eisenhower, either as a Democrat or Republican, could handle the problem better. Gen. Eisenhower decided to run for president as a moderate Republican who supported the New Deal. Democrat Ronald Reagan,...
He decided not to run for re-election because he said he wanted to only work at getting the troops out of Vietnam
Lyndon B Johnson was heterosexual.
He had the 3 TVS so he could watch the 3 national news shows each night. This was back when there were only 3 channels. THat is how he heard Walter Concrite call Vietnam a quagmire.
He promoted civil rights in his famous "we shall overcome" speech.
The Economic Opportunity Act came first.
== Answer == There's probably thousands of Gary F. Johnson's. Assuming this is a legitimate question, one Gary.F.Johnson, a Vietnam Veteran has a website concerning military police. You may want to consult the link to this answer.
President Johnson had not delivered the victory he had repeatedly promised
President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 on July 2, 1964.
He was a tall Texan, and he could never properly pronounce Vietnamese names correctly, such as, (which he actually stated, concerning his worry over losing Khe Sanh to GEN Giap, the very same GEN Giap who defeated the French Army at Dien Bien Phu in 1954) "...I'll not have another Den Ben Foo!...
His Vice-President for his elected term (1965-1969) was HubertHumphrey. In 1968, Humphrey was nominated by the democrats, whileformer Vice President Richard Nixon was nominated by theRepublicans. Alabama governor George Wallace was nominated by theAmerican Independent Party. Nixon won, and Wallace...
Medicare was enacted to ensure that senior citizens would get medical care. Prior to Medicare, seniors were having to choose between eating, paying the bills and going to the doctor or getting medication.
He decided not to run, because he was very much disliked.
i would say cilvil rights
To get the southern vote in presidential election
Yes. He four beagles , a collie and another mongrel dog. He also had some lobvebirds and some hamsters.
Lyndon Baines Johnson died on the afternoon January 22, 1973 in his bedroom of his beloved ranch.
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
That he would not run for another term as President
She got bachelor's degrees in arts and journalism
The Great Society eliminated the troubles of the poor. The Wilderness Protection Act saved 9.1 million acres of forestland from industrial development. The Elementary and Secondary education act provided funding for public schools. The Voting Rights Act banned literacy tests and other...
There are still a Great Many poor people in the United States of America, so while there was some help for the poor and life did improve thanks to LBJ attempts to help the poor; No the war on poverty in the USA was Not won, by LBJ nor the Presidents since 1968.
he's a good president because he was pick president by votes
Johnson served one full term as well as the balance of John F. Kennedy's term (November 23, 1963 - January 20, 1969)
His domestic policy was called 'The Great Society'
He died in January 1973 of a heart attack in his home town of Stonewall, Texas.
No-oo-oo. The only clue we get to her maiden name is when Darrin meets Endora and asks what her last name is. She merely cackles and says "You'll never be able to pronounce it."
He did some crap like sign the paper thing XD
President Lyndon B. Johnson's Vice President was Hubert Humphrey.