LBJ, Voting Rights Speech After Selma
An excerpt from the beginning of President Lyndon Johnson's speech in support of the Voting Rights Act. He gave the speech a week after the March on Selma, and LBJ makes reference to the March.
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- Lyndon Baines Johnson U.S. President [D] United States
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