Garrison Clark's L.B.J. story board

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  • I hope those kids don't chase me again
  • Why must it be this way
  • I hope my parents don't fight again
  • I'm hungery
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  • Why did it take you so long to act on this problem
  • Free at last, free at last. Liberated from my south political bonds or as a man who could now fully put the nations interest and moral concerns above the political constraints imposed on a Texas senator. 
  • You may do that, but, by God, it's going to cost you the South and cost you the election.
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  • If that's the price I'v got to pay, I'll pay it gladly. 
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  • Dick, you've got to get out of my way. I'm going to run you over.
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  • When L.B.J. was in his early 20's he tough 5th, 6th, & 7th grade Mexican american students. When you spend a long time around depressed people you start to develop guilt for them, especially when you know why they'er depressed. 
  • Once L.B.J. was president he became the most powerful man in the world, and with that he could do many things that he couldn't do before. For example sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964 without any consequences. Like he said "I'm free at last". 
  • This argument L.B.J. had proves that he didn't care about what the south thought & that he thought he could win the election without the south's vote.   
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