Thursday is the 50th anniversary of the Great Society and the civil rights push.
And, to pay for some trivial new help for the poor, far too many cuts are made to that pillar of the Great Society, Medicare.
He was trying to undo the Great Society, and he basically said that in his memoir.
He cast himself in a line of liberal leaders from the New Deal to the Great Society “who took on the elite.”
In his State of the Union address 50 years ago, LBJ laid out his vision for the Great Society.
Man as he is can neither enter into nor create a Great Society nor enjoy peace which comes of love.
Probably some one knew the truth about her, in all that Great Society.
This is what this Great Society with its auxiliary societies has been and is now doing most successfully.
And this, again, has been part of the history of every Great Society since history began.
The members of this Great Society when they reach the age of twenty-one have a duty to perform which should be a sacred one.