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The Meaning Behind the Civil Rights Act's Signing Date
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The Meaning Behind the Civil Rights Act's Signing Date

PhotoQuest / President Lyndon B Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act in a ceremony at the White House, Washington DC, July 2, 1964 . President Johnson signed the bill into law on July 2, 1964 For President Johnson to sign the Civil Rights Act ... Time, 2 days ago
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July 02, 1964: Johnson signs Civil Rights Act NigerianHerald.com, 3 days ago
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Albuquerque Journal

Republican dogmas aren't good for party's future

at 12:02 am If youre old enough to recall how the landslide election of Lyndon Johnson over the hapless Barry Goldwater supposedly spelled the end of the Republican Party, or how Ronald Reagan's election amounted to a revolution that put the ...
 Albuquerque Journal4 days ago Richard Cohen: ObamaCare Is Next Step Toward Universal Health Care  Investor's Business Daily5 days ago Republicanism is dead. Maybe.  Washington Post5 days ago Cohen: Republicanism is dead. Maybe.  Washington Post5 days ago
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Melissa Leo Will Play the Lady Bird Johnson to Bryan Cranston's Lyndon B. Johnson

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 Fnews.com2 days ago HBO's All the Way Adds Melissa Leo as Lady Bird Johnson  Variety2 days ago Melissa Leo cast as Lady Bird Johnson in HBO biopic  New York Post1 day ago Melissa Leo to play Lady Bird Johnson in HBO project  Washington Post2 days ago
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This Day in History: President Lyndon B. Johnson Signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964

"My fellow citizens, we have come now to a time of testing. We must not fail. Let us close the springs of racial poison. Let us pray for wise and understanding hearts. Let us lay aside irrelevant differences and make our nation whole." — ...
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Business Insider

20 dramatic photos of the movement that came before the Civil Rights Act was signed 51 years ago today

Today marks 51 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 . The seminal legislation made discrimination based on race, color, nationality, or gender illegal. But it also came after years of bloody, and sometimes ...
 Business Insider2 days ago Texas Democrats Celebrate the 51st Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964  Noodls2 days ago
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NAELA Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid

Elder and Special Needs Law Attorneys Provide Guidance on Public Benefits Programs President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare and Medicaid into law on July 30, 1965. For 50 years, these two programs have allowed the elderly and families with low ...
 PRWeb4 days ago Columbia Dean Authors Paper on Medicare Turning 50  Noodls2 weeks ago 100 things to know about Medicare and Medicaid — 2015 update  Becker’s Hospital Review2 days ago The Health of Medicare at Age 50  FOXBusiness.com2 days ago
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Yahoo! Finance

The SCOTUS Fair Housing Act Decision a Welcome & Needed Win Following Racial Tragedy

It was in the wake of the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. in April 1968 that President Lyndon Johnson signed into law a major pillar of U.S. civil rights legislation, the Fair Housing Act. Nearly 50 years later, it is in the wake of the murders ...
 Huffington Post4 days ago The Supreme Court Is About to Decide the Fate of Housing Segregation  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago The U.S. Supreme Court Is About to Decide the Fate of Housing Segregation  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Supreme Court About to Decide Fate of Housing Segregation  MSN News US1 week ago
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Meet the U.S. President Responsible for the Most Tourism

Stanley Chow Richard Nixon, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Lyndon B. Johnson and Jimmy Carter. It's not Teddy Roosevelt Teddy Roosevelt did a lot to help American tourism with his strenuous advocacy for national parks, but other ...
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RollingOut

Obama's race talk is far bigger than one word

Barack Obama is not the first sitting president to utter the N-word . Lyndon Johnson loved to throw it around , and Richard Nixon used it repeatedly on tape with malicious intent. But Obama is the first African-American president. His use of the ...
 MSNBC1 week ago Here are some of the other presidents who have used the n-word  Metro.us1 week ago Why Obama's use of the N-word was a dream come true for undercover racists  RollingOut1 week ago Twitter Responds Hilariously to Hullabaloo About Obama's Use of 'N-Word'  AlterNet.org1 week ago
Times of India

Woody to do Lyndon Johnson's biopic

"Presidential" actor Woody Harrelson will play former US President Lyndon B Johnson in his upcoming biopic, which will be helmed by Rob Reiner. READ: Written by Joey Hartstone, "LBJ" chronicles the Southern politician's rise to become the 36th ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Woody Harrelson hops aboard Rob Reiner's 'LBJ' as President  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Woody Harrelson signed on for Lyndon B Johnson's biopic  Business Standard2 weeks ago Woody Harrelson to do Lyndon Johnson's biopic  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago
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