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ECONOMIC BLACK HISTORY   TAKING CHARGE OF THE 1964 WAR ON POVERTY (Final, Part 3)   LBJ’s Reluctant General Is Persuaded To Fight For The War On Poverty   ‘Taking Charge,’ © 1997 and edited by Michae…

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TAKING CHARGE OF THE 1964 WAR ON POVERTY (Final, Part 3)

  LBJ’s Reluctant General Is Persuaded To Fight For The War On Poverty

 

‘Taking Charge,’ © 1997 and edited by Michael R. Beschloss, whom Newsweek has called “America’s leading presidential historian,” brings us into the Oval Office at the Whitehouse with Lyndon B. Johnson, an American political legend…

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ECONOMIC BLACK HISTORY 1964 WAR ON POVERTY

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TAKING CHARGE OF THE 1964 WAR ON POVERTY (Part 2)

 Sargent Shriver is LBJ’s Reluctant General To Fight The War On Poverty

 

‘Taking Charge,’ © 1997 and edited by Michael R. Beschloss, whom Newsweek has called “America’s leading presidential historian,” brings us into the Oval Office at the Whitehouse with Lyndon B. Johnson, an American political legend both hated and…

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ECONOMIC BLACK HISTORY   TAKING CHARGE OF THE 1964 WAR ON POVERTY (Part 1) LBJ  Drafts Sargent Shriver To Fight The War From The White House   ‘Taking Charge,’ © 1997 and edited by Michael R. Beschlo…

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TAKING CHARGE OF THE 1964 WAR ON POVERTY (Part 1)

LBJ  Drafts Sargent Shriver To Fight The War From The White House

 

‘Taking Charge,’ © 1997 and edited by Michael R. Beschloss, whom Newsweek has called “America’s leading presidential historian,” brings us into the Oval Office at the Whitehouse with Lyndon B. Johnson, an American…

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THE DEPRESSION ALMOST KILLED OFF CADILLAC

If Not For Blacks, There Would Be No Escalade’s

 

In 1902, a group of investors, led by Henry Leland, bought the bankrupt Murphy Automobile Company and reorganized it under the name of Cadillac Automobile Company, named after Detroit’s founder, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac. It was actually the…

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