- The Hill Country of Lyndon Johnson. Maverick Jr., Maury // New Republic;3/14/64, Vol. 150 Issue 11, p12
Reveals that Texas Hill Country in Texas, the place where the ranch and home of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson is located, has a history of dissent and progressive idealism. Information on the history of German immigrants who settled in the area during middle of the 19th century; Commune...
- HOW'S YOUR POLITICAL I.Q.? // Human Events;12/8/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 42, p10
Presents questions and answers about politics. Number of U.S. presidents who have been victims of gunmen; Last major U.S. officeholder assassinated; Place where Lyndon Johnson took the oath of office.
- Vietnam's Primitive Hillfolk. Fairbanks, Henry G. // America;9/2/1961, Vol. 105 Issue 23, p684
The author discusses the visit of U.S. Vice President Lyndon Johnson to Vietnam villages in Saigon. He laments the failure of the visit to venture deeply into the heart of the villages in order to clearly see the predicament of the natives called montagnards. The government's grass-roots reform...
- Argument for a Tax Increase. // America;8/19/1967, Vol. 117 Issue 8, p168
The author reflects on the proposal of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson to increase the tax imposed on corporate and most personal incomes. It argues that if bold cuts were made in domestic programs, no tax increase would be necessary. It details the implications of the approximately $28 billion...
- President Johnson. // America;12/7/1963, Vol. 109 Issue 23, p729
The author reflects on Lyndon Baines Johnson's succession as President of the U.S. The author is firm that the 36th U.S. president is going to do good for the country, and that of all the vice presidents who have succeeded to the presidency on deaths, he is the best one. In addition, the author...
- Jobs and Overtime. // America;1/25/1964, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p135
The author comments on U.S. President Lyndon Johnson's proposals for preventing and solving poverty by rejecting overtime work. He cites the president's rejection of the 35-hour week as a means to open up job opportunities to the unemployed. The author believes that it is not fair that a...
- Optimist in Washington. // America;4/18/1964, Vol. 110 Issue 16, p534
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- THE OLD COWHAND FROM DIXIE. Leuchtenburg, William E. // Atlantic (02769077);Dec92, Vol. 270 Issue 6, p92
Looks into the personality of former U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson, using Texas, his place of birth, as the interpretative key. Focus given on his fascination over the siege of Alamo of 1836 in San Antonio, Texas; Failure of historians to differentiate his behavior on civil-rights...
- Lyndon Baines Johnson. // Profiles of U.S. Presidents;2007, p94
Profiles the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson. Biographical information; Cabinet members; Johnson's view of the president's role; Major issues of the day such as the Vietnam War; Social policy including the Great Society; People's opinion of Johnson; Impact of the presidency.