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the goal of the Democratic Party under the leadership of President Lyndon B. Johnson, chiefly to enact domestic programs to improve education, provide medical care for the aged, and eliminate poverty.
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Great Society - Wikipedia


The Great Society was a set of domestic programs in the United States launched by Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964–65. The main goal was ...

Lyndon Johnson's "Great Society" [ushistory.org]


This 1968 political cartoon captures the struggle of Lyndon B. Johnson's time as President. While Johnson dreamed of a "Great Society," his presidency was ...

LBJ Launches the Great Society - The Heritage Foundation


With the nation still reeling from the assassination of John F. Kennedy, President Lyndon Johnson boldly proposed the Great Society, the latest stage in the ...

Evaluating the success of the Great Society - Washington Post


May 17, 2014 ... Evaluating the success of the Great Society. Lyndon B. Johnson's visionary set of legislation turns 50. In just under five years in the 1960s, ...

The Great Society at 50 | The Washington Post


May 17, 2014 ... The Great Society at 50: This is the first of four stories examining the legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson's ambitious social agenda, known ...

Great Society


Major Great Society Programs. War on Poverty: forty programs that were intended to eliminate poverty by improving living conditions and enabling people to lift ...

President Lyndon B. Johnson - The White House | whitehouse.gov


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Lyndon B. Johnson: Domestic Affairs—Miller Center


He called on the nation to move not only toward "the rich society and the powerful society, but upward to the Great Society," which he defined as one that would ...