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1964 President Johnson declared unconditional war on?

In a series of speeches, Lyndon Baines Johnson declared an unconditional war on poverty and said the nation to set its course toward a Great Society

Who declared a war on poverty?

Lyndon Johnson was the president who declared war on poverty. Poverty won.

What was president lyndon b Johnson's program to wage his unconditional war on poverty?

measures to provide healthcare for those in need

What did president Johnson announced in 1968?

He declared that he would not run for an additional term as president.

Who did president Johnson declare unconditional war on in 1964?

The term "declaration of unconditional war" probably doesn't officially exist. It's either a formal declaration of war or not. The US hasn't declared war since WWII. Atom bombs have made total wars impractical; a declared war implies total war (which is why the US used atomic weapons in WWII, WWII was total war). In 1964 LBJ went to war against North Vietnam. Eisenhower and Kennedy went to war against the communists in SOUTH Vietnam, but President Johnson (LBJ) commenced bombing NORTH Vietnam after naval forces of NORTH Vietnam attacked US destroyers in the Tonkin Gulf in '64.

In 1968 President Johnson announce what?

He formally announced that he would not seek reelection to the presidency.

When was War on poverty was declared?

President Lyndon B. Johnson declared 'war on poverty' in his State of the Union address January 8, 1964 and the "Economic Opportunity Act of 1964" was signed into law August 20, 1964 .

What violated the tradition that presidents controlled their cabinets?

Tenure of Office Act of 1867 made it illegal for the President to fire a cabinet member without the approval of Congress. It was used as grounds for impeaching President Andrew Johnson. It was later declared to be unconstitutional.

What happened in georgia in response to general shermans order that freed slaves should be given land and a mule?

It was stopped by president Johnson’s b*tchass

What city has been proclaimed the official birthplace of Memorial Day?

Waterloo, New York was declared as the birthplace of Memorial Day in Presidential Proclamation 3727 signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson on May 26, 1966. Waterloo was also declared as such by House Concurrent Resolution 587 of the Eighty-ninth Congress.

Why did Andrew Johnson become the president?

Johnson was vice-president under Lincoln. After Lincoln was killed, Johnson became president.

Was Johnson President of the US?

Andrew Johnson was president from 1865 to 1869. Lyndon B Johnson was president from 1963 to 1969.