New Lyndon Johnson Bobblehead In Original Gift Box

SKU: LBJ676

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$39.95

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Lyndon Johnson bobblehead with the original collectible gift box. In LBJ's arms is one of the most well known of the President Johnson's dogs, were registered beagles born on June 27, 1963. The President frequently played with the dogs and was often photographed with them. In 1964, President Johnson raised the ire of many when he lifted Him by his ears while greeting a group on the White House lawn. Lyndon B. Johnson was John F. Kennedy’s Vice President, and became the 36th President when Kennedy was killed in 1963. As President, Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the first effective civil rights law since Reconstruction. In 1964, Johnson won the presidency against the Republican challenger Barry Goldwater.Brand new. Mint.

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Lyndon B. Johnson was John F. Kennedy’s Vice President, and became the 36th President when Kennedy was killed in 1963. As President, Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the first effective civil rights law since Reconstruction. In 1964, Johnson won the presidency against the Republican challenger Barry Goldwater.

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Historical Notes Lyndon B. Johnson was John F. Kennedy’s Vice President, and became the 36th President when Kennedy was killed in 1963. As President, Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the first effective civil rights law since Reconstruction. In 1964, Johnson won the presidency against the Republican challenger Barry Goldwater.
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