New President Lyndon Johnson in a file interview talks about his contributions to public life in United States
Texas United States USA Date:1963, November 24 Duration:2 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
Newly appointed President of United States Lyndon Johnson in a file television interview as the then Vice President at his ranch in Texas. He talks about his achievements in public life over the years. He speaks about how as a Senator he worked for the many causes including construction of a dam over the Colorado River, Civil Rights Bills, and his role in the Johnson-McCormack act in 1958. He also talks about his contribution to various ongoing projects like equal employment,man on moon program.
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