The Hindrance of The Great Society Due to Foreign Policy
Most presidents within the 21st century have had programs with short names; Theodore Roosevelt had his Square Deal, Woodrow Wilson had his New Freedom, Franklin Roosevelt had his New Deal, and in the midst of several hundred graduates at the University of Michigan, Lyndon Johnson proposed the idea of the Great Society. After Kennedy's death, a loosely drafted plan in domestic affairs was dropped in Lyndon's lap. This loose sketch became a plan to bring a country out of low morale, lift the brethren, end poverty, and stop to racial injustices. Lyndon's plan was to build up the country and l…
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