How Little Has Changed on Gun Control Since 1967
Lyndon Johnson President Lyndon Johnson speaks to members of his advisory commission on civil disorders at the group's first meeting on July 29, 1967 at the White House in Washington. WX/AP ...
Yesteryears: Part 1: Lyndon Johnson's 1972 visit to Charlottesville brought ...
The Daily Progress
Lyndon Johnson probably wasn't thinking about that when he arrived in Charlottesville with his wife, Lady Bird, on April 6, 1972. The couple was here to enjoy a short visit with daughter Lynda and her husband, Charles "Chuck" Robb, who was in law ...
Lyndon Johnson's 'Daisy' ad, which changed the world of politics, turns 50
Sunday marked the 50th anniversary of the famous "Daisy" ad run by Lyndon B. Johnson's 1964 presidential campaign. The aim of the one-minute spot, widely known as the first political attack ad, was to frame Republican Barry Goldwater as a warmonger.
50 years of the Wilderness Act
U-T San Diego
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Wilderness Act, supported by nearly everyone in Congress, Republicans and Democrats alike. Nine million acres were allotted to the National Wilderness Preservation System.