Topic: Lyndon B. Johnson: 36th President of the United States
President Lyndon B. Johnson enjoyed an active career as the 36th President of the
United States. He supported the Civil Rights Movement by signing the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Both he and the First Lady (Lady Bird
Johnson) campaigned to conserve the natural beauty of America through his vision of
"A Great Society" for our country. The Vietnam War enveloped a large part of Johnson's
presidency, and he established many different programs for veterans associated with
the war. To learn more about these accomplishments view the display in the Marx Library
Government Documents Department.
Want to know more?
- Lyndon B. Johnson Bibliography
- LBJ Presidential Library
- Lyndon B. Johnson - Whitehouse.gov
- Lyndon B. Johnson, National Historic Park, Texas