Tag Archives: 1968

National Constitution Center: NCC Staff- How Dr. Martin L. King Cited The Constitution in His Mountaintop Speech

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Dr. King used the Constitution to make his case for the civil rights movement all the time and did it in a very intelligent and accurate way. Saying that African-Americans had … Continue reading

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James Miller Center: President Lyndon Johnson: Remarks on Decision to Not Seek Reelection in 1968

When President Lyndon Johnson decided not to run for reelection in March of 1968, the United States was very divided, but they were united around the fact that they didn’t like Lyndon Johnson as their President. His approval rating was … Continue reading

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Bob Parker: CBS News 1968- A Year That Changed America

. This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Press on Blogger I think one thing that separates America and makes us stronger than anyone else is that we can go through a year like 1968 and get through it … Continue reading

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Passionate Patriots: Video: 1968 DNC Nightmare in Chicago

. This post was originally posted at FRS FreeState on Blogger The Democratic Party cost themselves the presidential election of 1968 and a chance to win the White House for a third straight time and 8-10 presidential elections, going back … Continue reading

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