On Independence Day in 1963, Vice President Lyndon Johnson addresses a crowd outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He asks all Americans to step forward with responsible leadership so as to "implement in our national lives the ideals of our national literature." He says that every American has the capability to answer the needs of the moment. "Some say now, some say never, let us all say together" The audience claps in appreciation as photographers click pictures.
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