Biography of President Lyndon Baines Johnson Research Paper

# 2177 | 3,300 words | 7 sources | 2000 | US

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This is an autobiography of Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th President of the United States of America. It covers his entire life, from birth to death, along with his successes, failures, family life and contributions.

The early years: A future scholar
The Hill: A Preparation for Greatness
The Hill, Part II: Successes
The Old Executive Office Building: The Vice Presidency
The White House: The Presidency
The Ranch: A Return to Private Life
Lady Bird
Hindsight is 20/20

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"Lyndon Baines Johnson was responsible for the greatest domestic legislation this country has ever seen. Through his proposal and support of bills concerning race, poverty, and the rights of Americans in general, Johnson created an equal playing field in America. Sadly, many Americans remember Johnson only as the President who was responsible for sending their generation to Vietnam. His tremendous accomplishments were often overshadowed by chants by the vocal minority's taunts of "Hey, hey LBJ! How many boys did you kill today?" Johnson sought victory at home and abroad. He was victorious in our own backyard, but not on the other side of the world. Johnson's legacy will remain one of greatness for those that understand him as a very complex man who loved his country."

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