Impacts Of Lyndon B Johnson's Plan Of A Great Society

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In 1966, Lyndon B. Johnson gave congress a list of legislation that he thought needed to be achieved for his plan of a Great Society. Johnson pushed to make America the best he thought it could be. He pushed to improve the quality of life for his country. He is the reason that Congress enacted legislation in health care, civil rights, the environment, and education. Johnson helped create Head Start, Medicare, and the Civil Rights Act. He pushed to make all American citizens equal, insured, and healthy. He even started environmental awareness programs for the U.S. Johnson started campaigns to stop water and air pollution. President Johnson also pushed to keep improving the U.S.’s sciences. He pushed NASA to keep exploring and advancing faster
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