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He has also contributed to a documentary on President Lyndon Baines Johnson and civil rights that will air later this year on PBS and the BBC.
Another comparable group in Austin is the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, which provides support to UT's LBJ School of Public Affairs and the federal LBJ Library & Museum.
Most assume it was Lyndon Baines Johnson who came up with the phrase, but in fact he was on the receiving end.
Johnson told his advisers that "every issue that is on my desk tonight was on my desk when I came to Congress in 1937" and his staff prepared for another "Era of Good Feeling" in which moderate and liberal Republicans would be co-opted by the president (Cater to LBJ, December 9, 1964, Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library White House Central Files, 1963-1969).
Although Nelson, 55, has been going to Stones' concerts since Lyndon Baines Johnson was in the White House, his companion Tuesday night - his new bride, Suzee Nelson - was seeing the band for the first time.
Kennedy addressed about 200 state Democratic Party members at a luncheon in Austin before visiting Lady Bird Johnson, the former first lady, at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library.
Lyndon Baines Johnson -- (1908 -- 1973) Politician, statesman and leader, who served as Senate Majority Leader and then President of the United States.
They were Southern Democrats, from the party that produced politicians like Sam Rayburn and Lyndon Baines Johnson.
For decades, studies of international relations under Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) have focused almost entirely on the Vietnam War.
It seemed a simple enough project for historian Robert Dallek: an ``on the record'' biography of Lyndon Baines Johnson based on archives opened to scholars three decades after the chief executive left office.
Named for Sojourner Truth, the civil and woman's rights activist who consistently spoke out on behalf of women's rights and the suffragist movement, alongside Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Fannie Lou Hamer, a staunch advocate for women's health care, and major voice encouraging President Lyndon Baines Johnson to enact the Voter Registration Act of 1965, the Truth-Hamer Initiative was born in New York City on April 4, 2002 under the leadership of Harris Smikle.
Bush Presidential Center, the Clinton Foundation, the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation.