"Moderation" in the Sixties, Too?

Black Jr., Charles L.
November 1960
New Republic;11/21/60, Vol. 143 Issue 22, p7
Focuses on the significance of Senator Lyndon Baines Johnson's work in the marginal victory of Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kennedy in the United States. Importance of the stand of Democrats on the civil rights issue in the victory of Kennedy; Question regarding choice of Johnson for the post of the Vice President of the U.S.; Role of Johnson behind 36 electoral votes gained by Kennedy from Southern states; Views that whether Johnson has been responsible behind the victory of Kennedy in the states where Kennedy won; Position of Senators in various states behind the victory of any presidential candidate.


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