President Johnson may refer to one of the following Presidents of the United States:
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... for the Democratic nomination, with the majority naming President Johnson ... Action, who failed to support an incumbent Democratic president for the first time in 20 years ... McCarthy supported delegates to caucuses, to the detriment of Vice-President Hubert Humphrey, and President Johnson decided to abandon Massachusetts, giving 72 delegates to ...
... and President Johnson had to call out the U.S ... However, Vice-President Humphrey criticized the "law and order" issue, claiming that it was a subtle appeal to white racial prejudice ... Nixon promised that if he were elected president, he would appoint justices who would take a less-active role in creating social policy ...
... President Johnson may refer to one of the following Presidents of the United States Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States, 1865-1869 Lyndon B ... Johnson, 36th President of the United States, 1963-1969 ...
... President Lyndon B ... Johnson visited the island of American Samoa ... Napoleon was very instrumental for the presidents visit ...
... President Lyndon B ... Johnson appointed Wheeler Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in July 1964 to succeed General Maxwell Taylor ... He often urged President Johnson to strike harder at North Vietnam and to expand aerial bombing campaigns ...
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“And God stepped out on space,
And He looked around and said,
Ill make me a world.”
—James Weldon Johnson (18711938)
“I dont have any problem with a reporter or a news person who says the President is uninformed on this issue or that issue. I dont think any of us would challenge that. I do have a problem with the singular focus on this, as if thats the only standard by which we ought to judge a president. What we learned in the last administration was how little having an encyclopedic grasp of all the facts has to do with governing.”
—David R. Gergen (b. 1942)