Essay: Lyndon Johnson and the Vietnam War
Lyndon Baines Johnson assumed power as the 36th president of the United States of America in 1963 after the brutal assassination of the then president, J. F. Kennedy. Before then, he had served as the United States’ 37th Vice President. After successfully completing J.F. Kennedy’s term, he was, in his own right, re-elected into office as president in the 1964 presidential elections. LBJ, as he was affectionately known, went on to serve till January 1969 and his term is considered quite an eventful one.
His involvement in the Vietnam War became apparent in 1965 and went on to the end of his term in January 1969. This paper seeks to establish the role of LBJ in the Vietnam War.
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