A Man I Met

February 1973
New Republic;2/3/73, Vol. 168 Issue 5, p8
Reports on the political agenda of President Lyndon Baines Johnson in the United States. Improvement in the quality of the education system; Reference to the foreign policy on South Vietnam; Discussion of the editorial that calls Johnson the greatest parliamentary genius the U.S. ever had; Description of the Presidency of Richard Nixon in the U.S.; Propagation of the issue of equal rights for African Americans; Passage of policies related to medicare and housing.


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