1965 State of the Union Address
In his second State of the Union address, President Johnson called on Americans to continue on the “road to the great society,” proposing a sweeping national agenda from education reforms to a war on deadly diseases to a campaign against pollution. He declared his support for civil rights, specifically the right to vote and the enforcement of civil rights laws providing “opportunity for all” including “Negro Americans.” close
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1964 State of the Union Address
President Johnson spoke to Congress regarding the State of the Union. He focused on the need to improve the…
1962 State Of The Union Address
President Kennedy delivered his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress.
1987 State of the Union Address
President Ronald Reagan delivered his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress.
1996 State of the Union Address
President Bill Clinton delivered his 1996 State Of The Union address to a joint session of Congress. He spoke of…