Vice President Lyndon Johnson talks about his political life and work experience in Johnson City.
United States USA Date:1963, November Duration:54 sec Sound:Yes
A national television report on the newly appointed U.S. Vice President Lyndon Johnson, broadcast after the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in the United States. A correspondent interviews President Lyndon B Johnson. They discuss Johnson's flair for politics, his father as a Public Representative and his grandfather as a State Representative. Johnson talks about his work experience in Johnson City during World War I and the time he decided to enter politics. The correspondent questions him regarding his giving up the Majority Leadership in the Senate to become the Vice President.
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