Lyndon Baines Johnson's Involvement After The Vietnam War

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The bullet from the rifle went into tho the back of Kennedy’s neck, causing his windpipe to tear, and the bullet exited his throat. If there was no explosion in the back of the motorcade, Kennedy would have survived.
It was not long after Lyndon announced John F. Kennedy’s death to the shocked Americans. Lyndon Baines Johnson was the new President taking over the United States (Kaye,1988). While Johnson was President, he declared a National war that was based on poverty and also witnessed the Civil Rights bill become a law in 1965. Involvement with the war in Vietnam started to affect his presidency. Between all the wars, Lyndon increased the population in the American military from 16,300 to 500,000.
Johnson was not planning on seeking another
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