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Lyndon Baines Johnson, The Four of Spades
36th President of the United States, 1963—1969

LBJ was a rugged wrinkly Texan who favored western clothes and Lincoln Continentals. He received the highest percentage of popular votes of any presidential election – 61% — although he did not receive the highest percentage of electoral votes. He appointed Thurgood Marshall — the first African American on the U.S. Supreme Court. Johnson pushed for civil rights, anti—poverty measures, and consumer protection.

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