US History - Lyndon B. Johnson

The 36th President of the U.S. was Lyndon Johnson was one in four presidents to have served in all four federal offices of the U.S. government (President, Vice President, Representative, and Senator). He was well known for his domestic policies, including civil rights, Medicaid, Medicare, Public Broadcasting, the “War on Poverty,” educational aids, and environmental protection. However, his foreign strategy with the Vietnam War dragged his popularity. He was born on August 27, 1908 in Stonewall, Texas and died on January 22, 1973.