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[[Image:Lyndon B. Johnson at National Portrait Gallery IMG 4495.JPG|200px|right|thumb|Johnson as he appears in the [[National Portrait Gallery (United States)|National Portrait Gallery]] in [[Washington, D.C.]]]]
 
[[Image:Lyndon B. Johnson at National Portrait Gallery IMG 4495.JPG|200px|right|thumb|Johnson as he appears in the [[National Portrait Gallery (United States)|National Portrait Gallery]] in [[Washington, D.C.]]]]
   
'''Lyndon Baines Johnson''' (August 27, 1908&nbsp;&ndash;&#32; January 22, 1973), often referred to as '''LBJ''', was the [[List of Presidents of the United States|36th]] [[President of the United States]] (1963–1969), a position he assumed after his service as the [[List of Vice Presidents of the United States|37th]] [[Vice President of the United States]] (1961–1963). He is one of only four people<ref>The other three people who served in all four elected offices were [[John Tyler]], [[Andrew Johnson]] and Richard Nixon.</ref> who served in all four elected federal offices of the United States: Representative, Senator, Vice President and President.<ref name="Capitol"/> Johnson, a [[Texas]] [[United States Democratic Party|Democrat]], served as a [[United States House of Representatives|United States Representative]] from 1937–1949 and as a [[United States Senator|Senator]] from 1949–1961, including six years as [[Party leaders of the United States Senate|United States Senate Majority Leader]], two as Senate Minority Leader and two as [[Assistant party leaders of the United States Senate|Senate Majority Whip]]. After campaigning unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination in 1960, Johnson was asked by [[John F. Kennedy]] to be his [[running mate]] for the [[United States presidential election, 1960|1960 presidential election]].
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'''Lyndon Balls Johnson''' (August 27, 1908&nbsp;&ndash;&#32; January 22, 1973), often referred to as '''LBJ''', was the [[List of Presidents of the United States|36th]] [[President of the United States]] (1963–1969), a position he assumed after his service as the [[List of Vice Presidents of the United States|37th]] [[Vice President of the United States]] (1961–1963). He is one of only four people<ref>The other three people who served in all four elected offices were [[John Tyler]], [[Andrew Johnson]] and Richard Nixon.</ref> who served in all four elected federal offices of the United States: Representative, Senator, Vice President and President.<ref name="Capitol"/> Johnson, a [[Texas]] [[United States Democratic Party|Democrat]], served as a [[United States House of Representatives|United States Representative]] from 1937–1949 and as a [[United States Senator|Senator]] from 1949–1961, including six years as [[Party leaders of the United States Senate|United States Senate Majority Leader]], two as Senate Minority Leader and two as [[Assistant party leaders of the United States Senate|Senate Majority Whip]]. After campaigning unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination in 1960, Johnson was asked by [[John F. Kennedy]] to be his [[running mate]] for the [[United States presidential election, 1960|1960 presidential election]].
   
 
Johnson [[United States presidential line of succession|succeeded]] to the presidency following the [[assassination of John F. Kennedy]] on November 22, 1963, completed the rest of Kennedy's term and was elected President in his own right, winning by a large margin in the [[United States presidential election, 1964|1964 election]]. Johnson was greatly supported by the [[History of the United States Democratic Party|Democratic Party]] and as President, he was responsible for designing the "[[Great Society]]" legislation that included laws that upheld [[American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)|civil rights]], [[public broadcasting]], [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]], [[Medicaid]], environmental protection, aid to education, and his "[[War on Poverty]]." He was renowned for his domineering personality and the "Johnson treatment," his coercion of powerful politicians in order to advance legislation.
 
Johnson [[United States presidential line of succession|succeeded]] to the presidency following the [[assassination of John F. Kennedy]] on November 22, 1963, completed the rest of Kennedy's term and was elected President in his own right, winning by a large margin in the [[United States presidential election, 1964|1964 election]]. Johnson was greatly supported by the [[History of the United States Democratic Party|Democratic Party]] and as President, he was responsible for designing the "[[Great Society]]" legislation that included laws that upheld [[American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)|civil rights]], [[public broadcasting]], [[Medicare (United States)|Medicare]], [[Medicaid]], environmental protection, aid to education, and his "[[War on Poverty]]." He was renowned for his domineering personality and the "Johnson treatment," his coercion of powerful politicians in order to advance legislation.
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