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Lyndon B Johnsons Sudden Thoughts on Being President Oh my God Kennedy is dead and I just got sworn in Today is November 22 1963 and I am now the President of the United States of America the greatest and most powerful nation in the world Now that my friend is dead I need to keep up his ideas so the country doesnt lose faith in me I need to gain everyones trust and make them realize that I can do just as much maybe more than Kennedy I will do my best to lead this country over this period of grief and disbelief I still cant believe hes dead he was the youngest president and was so loved I hope I dont get assassinated like he did I must stop thinking about death Alright now since Im the president of the United States I must start taking action from the ideas that Kennedy and I shared and created I will first obtain enactment of the measures President Kennedy had been urging at the time of his death a new civil rights bill and a tax cut Kennedy wanted to pass this tax bill for which he fought all year long This is the bill designed to increase our national income and Federal revenues and to provide insurance against recession And as a friend and successor I need to get this bill passed without delay so it could insure more security for those now working more jobs for those that are unemployed and more incentive for our economy Next I will urge the nation to build a great society a place where the meaning of mans life matches the marvels of mans labor And I will also share with the nation my Great Society plan My Great Society plan will consist of programs that will aid education attack on diseases build Medicare develop urban renewal start beautification maintain conservation development of depressed
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