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Fifty years after the death of Lyndon Baines Johnson, correspondent Rita Braver looks at the legacy of the 36th President, who came into office through the tragic death of his predecessor, and whose own presidency would become one of the most consequential, yet unappreciated in American history. Braver talks with biographer Robert Caro, historian Mark Updegrove, and Luci Baines Johnson (LBJ's youngest daughter) about how Johnson harnessed the power of government (and his own powers of persuasion) to change the nation. #lyndonbjohnson #lbj #robertcaro "CBS Sunday Morning" features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science and Americana, and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements. Check local listings for CBS Sunday Morning broadcast times. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" YouTube channel: 🤍 Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning": 🤍 Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Instagram: 🤍 Like "CBS Sunday Morning" on Facebook: 🤍 Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com
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What did President Lyndon B. Johnson envision with his suite of domestic programs known as the Great Society? What did the programs entail, and what became of them after the 1960s? Subscribe for more HISTORY: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 Website - 🤍 /posts Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 HISTORY Topical Video Season 1 Whether you're looking for more on American Revolution battles, WWII generals, architectural wonders, secrets of the ancient world, U.S. presidents, Civil War leaders, famous explorers or the stories behind your favorite holidays. HISTORY, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, epic miniseries, and scripted event programming. Visit us at HISTORY.com for more info.
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1964 Presidential Campaign Television Spot "Peace, Little Girl", aka the "Daisy Spot" Date: 1964 Event: 1964 Presidential Campaign Television Spot Location: Unknown Credit: Democratic National Committee Rights Info: No usage fees.User must observe DNC guidelines. Contact LBJ Library for more information.
The story of U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson from his young days in West Texas to the White House. Based out of Los Angeles, CA, Electric Entertainment is an independent studio headed by veteran producer Dean Devlin along with his partners Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan-Wilson. Electric Entertainment houses a domestic distribution division, and state-of-the-art digital effect and postproduction facility. Electric’s hit TV series include “The Librarians” and “Leverage,” which ran for four and five seasons on TNT, “The Outpost” which premieres Season 4 on July 15th, and “Almost Paradise” currently streaming on IMDb TV. Electric recently completed the anticipated spin-off of “Leverage,” “Leverage: Redemption,” which will premiere on Amazon’s IMDb TV July 9th. Recent Feature Films include “Bad Samaritan” starring David Tennant and Robert Sheehan, “Say My Name” starring Lisa Brenner and Nick Blood, the acclaimed documentary “Who Killed the Electric Car?”, “Blood On The Crown,” starring Harvey Keitel and Malcolm McDowell, and “Heavy” starring Sophie Turner and Daniel Zovatto.
Lyndon Johnson ascended to the presidency upon the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He was a large, imposing man, who had been an influential Senate Majority Leader and Vice President. And as President, it is difficult to say whether he is remembered better for his incredible domestic accomplishments or his miserable failure in foreign policy that was the Vietnam War. Either way, his presidency coincided with the tumultuous and revolutionary 1960s, with its hippie counterculture and shifting cultural landscape, so let's get a closer look at this fascinating figure now. Script by Michael Thomas Watch the whole American History playlist: 🤍 Italian Tutorials: 🤍 Classical Physics Tutorials: 🤍 Modern Physics Tutorials: 🤍 General Chemistry Tutorials: 🤍 Organic Chemistry Tutorials: 🤍 Biochemistry Tutorials: 🤍 Biology Tutorials: 🤍 EMAIL► ProfessorDaveExplains🤍gmail.com PATREON► 🤍 Check out "Is This Wi-Fi Organic?", my book on disarming pseudoscience! Amazon: 🤍 Bookshop: 🤍 Barnes and Noble: 🤍 Book Depository: 🤍
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John F. Kennedy's assassination forever changed Vice President Lyndon Johnson. The CBC's Keith Boag traces the story of the unlikely president.
Exploring the bitter rivalry between RFK and LBJ by looking at their interactions, personalities and histories. From before Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson even met they were destined to hate each other. One was poor, the other was rich. One was quiet, the other was loud. One was compassionate, the other cruel. Both, however, were absolutely determined to have their own way. Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 Bitchute: 🤍 For your entertainment. #ushistory #usa #uspresidents #rfk #lbj #jfk
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Growing up in the beautiful but rugged Texas Hill Country helped form the man and the politician Lyndon Johnson would become. He learned about hard economic times, the value of education, and got his first taste of politics. In this biographical video, you will learn about the Johnson family, the political journey of LBJ, and his whirlwind romance with Claudia Alta "Lady Bird" Taylor. As President, LBJ championed education, civil rights, the environment, the space program, and social programs all while grappling with an escalating war in Vietnam. In 1968, LBJ decided not to run for re-election, retiring to Texas. Lyndon Johnson died in 1973, two years after the opening of the LBJ Library.
The fascinating story of a president who knew how to harness the nation's grief over JFK's assassination, and become an unlikely champion of Civil Rights. The film includes rarely seen footage, secret White House tapes, and personal testimony from LBJ's advisors, biographers, friends, and family. Discover the past on History Hit with ad-free exclusive podcasts and documentaries released weekly presented by world renowned historians Dan Snow, Suzannah Lipscomb, Matt Lewis and more. Get 50% off your first 3 months with code 'TIMELINE' 👉 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com
Saturday 10pm, Sunday 10am & 4pm ET Reel America: LBJ Announcement & Nixon in New Hampshire – 1968 In a televised speech from the Oval Office on March 31, 1968, President Lyndon Baines Johnson surprised the nation and many of his own staff by announcing that he would not run for re-election that year. We'll show his address, which also outlines steps to limit the war in Vietnam. Then, a "Nixon for President" campaign film shows the former vice president meeting voters in New Hampshire and Wisconsin. Mr. Nixon would go on to win primaries in both of those states on his way to securing the GOP nomination.
Recording of an actual White House phone call from August 9, 1964; President Lyndon B. Johnson places an order for Haggar pants, with humorous results.
President Lyndon Johnson was famous for using what's called "the Johnson Treatment," or a set of irresistible persuasion tactics. In this phone call on December 20, 1963, he talks with Representative Albert Thomas (D-Texas) about a clause forcing the President to publicly report to Congress on wheat sales to the Soviet Union and argues that it would resonate poorly with the American public. Listen in as he uses "the Johnson Treatment" to do so. (K6312.11) Learn more at: 🤍LBJLibrary.org.
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Fifty years ago today was the death of President Lyndon B. Johnson. The former president's death in 1973 has connections to San Antonio, as it's where he passed away. President Johnson suffered a heart attack at the LBJ Ranch and was flown to BAMC shortly after. In the days following his death, he lied in state in the LBJ Presidential Library along with Capitol Hill before being laid to rest on Jan. 25.
George H.W. Bush asked Lyndon Baines Johnson about the difference between the House and the Senate, and Johnson replied as only he could, former President George W. Bush says
In an interview filmed ten days before his death, former President Lyndon B. Johnson discusses with Walter Cronkite his commitment to civil rights and his achievements in this area: the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Equal Housing Law of 1968 originally shared on the Internet archive. I do not own the rights ##### Reelblack's mission is to educate, elevate, entertain, enlighten, and empower through Black film. If there is content shared on this platform that you feel infringes on your intellectual property, please email me at Reelblack🤍mail.com and info🤍reelblack.com with details and it will be promptly removed.
When it came to subterfuge, lying, intimidation, hypocrisy, bigotry, fraud, and possibly murder, few can touch US President Lyndon Baines Johnson. So, who was the real Lyndon Baines Johnson? Hosted by Colin D. Heaton. Forgotten History is a 10th Legion Pictures Production. Patreon page: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Thanks for watching. Please subscribe using the link below so we can continue making new content. Your subscription to the channel means a lot to us! 🤍 About us: Host/Military Historian/Film Consultant/US Army and USMC Veteran - Colin Heaton 🤍 Screenwriter/Director/Producer/US Marine Corps Veteran - Michael Droberg For collaboration and advertisements contact: droknows🤍hotmail.com 🤍 🤍 Editor - Alexander Keane mckeane.sasha🤍gmail.com Associated channel for sci-fi, fantasy, comedy, and film related topics: 🤍 -COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER UNDER SECTION 107 OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT 1976 - Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. #forgottenhistorychannel Sources: Barr McClellan, Blood, Money & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK ( Hannover House (January 1, 2003) Colin D. Heaton and Anne Marie Lewis, Above the Reich; Deadly Dogfights, Blistering Bombing Raids and Other War Stories from the Greatest American Air Heroes of World War II in Their Own Words (Caliber-Penguin Random House, 2021) 🤍 Henry Sakaida, Pacific Air Combat: Voices from the Past (St. Paul, MN: Phalanx Publishing Co., 1993). The Texas Observer Noel Wright, undated letter to Henry Sakaida, c. 1985. 22nd Bomb Group After Action report of June 9, 1942. BGEN W. F. Marquat letter to Johnson, 19 June 1942, in LBJ Library, Austin, Texas. LBJ diary held by Johnson Library, Austin, Texas. Henry Sakaida, Winged Samurai (Champlin Museum Press, 1986), p. 42. Albert Tyree letter to Sakaida, 14 May 1985. Tyree letter to Sakaida, 9 April 1985. Raymond Flanagan, undated letter to Sakaida, c. 1985. Tillman phone interview with LT. COL. Billy Boothe, U.S. Air Force (Retired), May 27, 1990. Leon Lewis letter to Sakaida, 21 May 1985. Marquat letter to Johnson, 19 June 1942. Woodrow Harrison, undated letter to Sakaida c. 1985. Sakaida phone interview with Robert Marshall, 28 September 1984. Robert Caro, “Means of Ascent”, pp. 20, 37, 49-52. Barrett Tillman and Henry Sakaida, “Silver Star Airplane Ride”, Naval History Magazine Vol. 15 Number 2 (April 2001) Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍
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We now have 2K (2048x1556) film scans of some of our 16mm films. This is a 1280x720 MP4 copy of our high resolution scan. To order high resolution copies without the timecode and serial number burn-in, please contact Johnson.Library🤍nara.gov President Lyndon B. Johnson in November 1968. MP 902. Public domain. This film is from the LBJ Library moving picture collection created by the White House Naval Photographic Unit, aka the Navy Films. The films consist of monthly reports on the activities of President and Mrs. Johnson from 1963-1969. LBJ and family at White House and LBJ Ranch; LBJ reflects on Presidency Lyn Nugent, Lynda Johnson Robb, Lucinda Robb, Lady Bird Johnson outside LBJ, family, Walt Rostow watch LBJ's October 31st speech on television, White House Oval Office, 10/31/1968 Close-up of TV screen: CBS reporter Dan Rather Medium shot Walt Rostow, Luci Johnson Nugent, LBJ, zoom in Point of view from behind: LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson watching TV, Lyn Nugent appears Apollo 7 astronauts visit LBJ, LBJ Ranch, Texas, 11/2/1968 LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson greet the arriving astronauts at the LBJ Ranch airstrip Fade to LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson greeting Apollo 7 astronauts debarking plane Mr. & Mrs. Walter Schirra greeted by Lady Bird Johnson, LBJ LBJ speaks at LBJ Ranch on Apollo mission, awards NASA Exceptional Service Medals to astronauts Medium shot Walter Cunningham, Don Eisele, and Walter Schirra Medium shot LBJ shaking hands with James Webb, Webb steps to podium Press Conference with Apollo 7 astronauts; footage of flight NASA footage: Wide shot Earth horizon seen from space Apollo 7 astronauts, James Webb write names in concrete for LBJ Ranch Presidential election of 1968 and beginning of transition LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson, V.P. Hubert Humphrey arrival at Hobby Airport, Houston, Texas, 11/3/1968 V.P. Hubert Humphrey, LBJ speak at campaign rally at the Astrodome, Houston, Texas, 11/3/1968; montage of people voting Lady Bird Johnson, Muriel Humphrey, Mrs. Edmund Muskie? walking, crowd behind in People walking by to vote; tilt up sign: "District of Columbia Registration and Voting Place LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson vote, Johnson City, Texas, 11/4/1968 Television coverage of 1968 election, V.P. Hubert Humphrey headquarters, Nixon wins, 11/5/1968 V.P. Hubert Humphrey, Sen. Edmund Muskie have breakfast with LBJ LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson greet President-elect Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon at White House, 11/11/1968 LBJ, Cabinet brief President-elect Richard Nixon on national affairs and Vietnam situation, 11/11/1968 Richard Nixon listening, Walt Rostow, Sec. Dean Rusk, LBJ at other end of table Point of view from behind Nixon: LBJ and Sec. Clark Clifford across table, passed paper to Nixon Wide shot Walt Rostow, Sec. Dean Rusk, LBJ, Sec. Clark Clifford, Tom Johnson at Cabinet table Dir. Richard Helms, Nixon, Gen. Wheeler at Cabinet table President-elect Richard Nixon speaks to press on Vietnam, outside White House West Lobby, 11/11/1968 LBJ's Presidential duties continue LBJ meeting with Sec. Clark Clifford, White House Dining Room Meeting discussing devaluation of the French currency Walt Rostow, ?, Sec. Clark Clifford at Cabinet table Close-up Chairman Martin, Sec. Clark Clifford Cabinet Department briefings continue LBJ thanks White House police and staff, 11/22/1968; LBJ introduces V.P.-elect Spiro Agnew to White House staff, 11/20/1968 LBJ awards Medal of Honor to five soldiers from the U.S. Army, White House East Room, 11/19/1968 Medium shot Gen. Westmoreland Five Medals of Honor displayed Medium shot Sgt. Sammy L. Davis, tears falling down face, zoom out five soldiers standing; zoom in Spec. 4 Gary G. Wetzel Medium shot Spec. 5 Dwight H. Johnson Medium shot Sgt. Sammy L. Davis Medium shot Capt. James A. Taylor Medium shot (Captain) Chaplain Angelo J. Liteky LBJ's remarks at the National Urban League dinner, New York Hilton Hotel, 11/19/1968 LBJ remarks at a ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the National Heart Institute, White House East Room, 11/14/1968 LBJ, V.P. Hubert Humphrey meet in White House Oval Office LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson meet with historians, archivists about LBJ Presidential Library, White House Treaty Room Color still photographs: LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson celebrate their 34th wedding anniversary National Council of the Arts reception, White House East Room, 11/21/1968 LBJ departs White House for Thanksgiving at LBJ Ranch, Texas, 11/28/1968 Dissolve to Point of view from behind tree branches: Marine-1 landing Medium shot LBJ, Lyn Nugent, Lynda Johnson Robb, Luci Johnson Nugent, Lady Bird Johnson; zoom in on Lyn Nugent LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson and family at St. Barnabas Church; scenic shots of the Texas Hill Country LBJ, Lady Bird Johnson, Lynda Johnson Robb
Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy. Citation No.: 4288 July 21, 1964. Time: 12:25P Speakers: President Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy General Topics: Civil Disorders; Civil Rights; Crime & Law Enforcement; Investigations; Speeches Topics: Discussion Of Federal Protection For MLK At Upcoming Speech In Greenwood, Mississippi; Relations Between J. Edgar Hoover, RFK, Justice Dept; NYC Riots, Need For FBI Investigation, Comparison With Situation In South; LBJ Reads Proposed Statement On Riots More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: 🤍 President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.
In a program at the LBJ Presidential Library, those who were there tell the story of the day Lyndon Johnson was sworn in as President of the United States. Neal Spelce moderated the conversation featuring Ben Barnes, Sid Davis, Julian Read, and Larry Temple. 🤍
Full Speech debuts July 6 at 4p ET on C-SPAN3 INFO: 🤍 Courtesy National Archives
Robert Caro, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer of President Johnson delivers the keynote address in the Kennedy Library's ongoing examination of 20th century presidents. He is joined by Jack Valenti, who served as Special Advisor to President Johnson; Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times writer Anthony Lewis; and Boston University historian Bruce Schulman to discuss President Lyndon Baines Johnson's legacy. Harvard University historian Lizabeth Cohen moderates the discussion.
Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and George Wallace. Citation No.: 7094. Continues to 7095 and 7096. March 18, 1965 Time: 4:33PM. Continues. Speakers: President Johnson and George Wallace General Topics: Civil Disorders; Civil Rights; Crime & Law Enforcement; Defense; Judiciary; Presidency; Religion Topics: Wallace Reports On Influx Of Protesters To Alabama, Their Inflammatory Actions, Inability Of Alabama Forces To Maintain Order During Selma March; Possible Need For Federal Help; LBJ Encourages Wallace To Avoid Further Postponement, Call Up National Guard More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: 🤍 President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.
Warren Commission: President Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover. Citation no. K6311.04 PNO 15 November 29, 1963. Time 1:40P Speakers: President Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover Topics: Commission To Investigate JFK Assassination; Report On FBI Investigation Of Assassination; Recommendation For Bullet-proof Car For LBJ More info on the telephone conversations: 🤍 President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.
Film critics argue that whenever a film director makes a political biopic, they are actually using historical context to comment on current affairs. The creative team behind the movie LBJ, spotlighting American president Lyndon B. Johnson, seem to agree. Let's see what they have to say about their film. Subscribe: 🤍 Livestream: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍
Tapes were found earlier in 2013 from Air Force One on the day President Kennedy was assassinated.