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President Lyndon Baines Johnson speaks at a 1964 Democratic Party fundraiser in Chicago, IL

President Lyndon Baines Johnson speaks at a 1964 Democratic Party fundraiser in Chicago, IL
President Lyndon Baines and Lady Bird Johnson arrive in Chicago on their way to a Democratic Party fundraiser in Chicago, IL, April 23, 1964. The president denounced those who said "there is nothing we can do" about the nation’s problems, and promised that his administration would continue to attack discrimination, unemployment, poverty, a 2nd class educational system, problems of the aging and the waste of natural resources. (UPI Photo)
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