Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream Quiz

Doris Kearns Goodwin
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Who did Johnson incorrectly say attended the same public ceremony he attended after his retirement? (from Epilogue)


What did Johnson say the Civil Rights Act should be called? (from Chapter 5, The Senate Leader)


What was one popular singer in the late 1960s that the young people of the peace movement listened to, according to the author in "Under Siege in the White House"? (from Chapter 11, Under Seige in the White House)


What did Johnson feel like when he took over the office of President after Kennedy's assassination? (from Chapter 7, The Transition Year)


When Johnson was fifteen, what did he dream he was enclosed in? (from Chapter 6, The Vice-Presidency)

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