From Lyndon Baines Johnson's Contribution To The Vietnam War

329 Words2 Pages
Lyndon Baines Johnson, became President in 1963 after John F Kennedy was assassinated. President Johnson went right in and wanted to polish off the reform what John F Kennedy started, the Civil Right Act. The Civil Right Act was to outlaw discrimination, based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin. President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act in July 2, 1964. Johnson was given many credits during his presidency and after his presidency. Johnson was partly responsible for the first man to land on the moon (ushistory.org, 2015).In 1969 the United States became the first nation to land a man on the moon. J F Kennedy had this vision of the space programmed. Nevertheless, Johnson also helped with Kennedy vision that it would come to reality, but it didn’t come reality until Johnson left office. Johnson supported a legislative program the ‘Great Society” was the most motivated and an important domestic program that end helping the nation’s (ushistory.org, 2015).…show more content…
The Medicare, the Medicaid, and act to vote was also included, Johnson won and the program was somewhat a success (ushistory.org, 2015).
Johnson Presidency made the nation question his motives towards the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War became serious John increase the United States troops and sent the troops to Vietnam. Johnson wanted to win the war before he

More about From Lyndon Baines Johnson's Contribution To The Vietnam War

Get Access