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Lyndon Johnson - State of the Union Address (Jan 10, 1967)
|Contributor||Thomas Walker |
|Post Date|| , 12:am|
|Description||Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, distinguished Members of the Congress: |
I share with all of you the grief that you feel at the death today of one of the most beloved, respected, and effective Members of this body, the distinguished Representative from Rhode Island, Mr. Fogarty.
I have come here tonight to report to you that this is a time of testing for our Nation.
At home, the question is whether we will continue working for better opportunities for all Americans, when most Americans are already living better than any people in history.
Abroad, the question is whether we have the staying power to fight a very costly war, when the objective is limited and the danger to us is seemingly remote.