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Title Item Name. Source Full Text. Contributor Full Text. Major American military involvement began in , when Congress provided President Johnson with blanket approval for presidential use of force in the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.
South Vietnamese Troops : Operations against communist Viet Cong in Vietnam. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in November of while traveling in a presidential motorcade in Dallas.
Kennedy was assassinated at p. Although his stance on civil rights had won him support in the African American community, and his steely performance during the Cuban Missile Crisis had led his overall popularity to surge, Kennedy understood that he had to solidify his base in the South to secure his reelection.
On November 21, , he accompanied Vice President Lyndon Johnson to Texas to rally his supporters. The actual route through Dallas was chosen to be a meandering ten miles, which could be driven slowly in the allotted time.
The planned route was widely reported in Dallas newspapers several days before the event for the benefit of people who wished to view the motorcade.
At about am, the presidential motorcade left for the trip through Dallas. By the time the motorcade reached Dealey Plaza, Kennedy was only five minutes away from the planned destination.
At p. Seriously injured, Kennedy was rushed to Parkland Hospital; at p. The gunfire that killed Kennedy appeared to come from the upper stories of the Texas School Book Depository building; later that day, Lee Harvey Oswald, an employee at the depository and a trained sniper, was arrested.
He was charged later that night with the murders of President Kennedy and Dallas police officer J. Oswald denied shooting anyone, and claimed he was a being framed because he had lived in the Soviet Union.
The news shocked the nation. Men and women wept openly. People gathered in department stores to watch the television coverage, while others prayed.
Traffic in some areas came to a halt as the news spread from car to car. Schools across the U. The state funeral took place in Washington, D.
The body of President Kennedy was brought back to Washington, D. On the Sunday after the assassination, his coffin was carried on a horse-drawn caisson to the U.
Capitol to lie in state. Throughout the day and night, hundreds of thousands of people lined up to view the guarded casket.
Representatives from over 90 countries attended the state funeral on Monday, November After the Requiem Mass at St.
President Johnson created the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination, which concluded that Oswald was the lone assassin. The ten-month investigation by the Warren Commission concluded that the President was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone, and that Jack Ruby acted alone when he killed Oswald before he could stand trial.
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New York, New York: John Murray. O'Brien, Michael With this clear mandate , Johnson submitted the most sweeping legislative program to Congress since the New Deal.
The Appalachian Regional Development Act provided aid for that economically depressed area. The Housing and Urban Development Act of established a Cabinet-level department to coordinate federal housing programs.
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of provided federal funding for public and private education below the college level.
The Higher Education Act of provided scholarships for more than , needy students and authorized a National Teachers Corps. The Immigration Act of abolished the discriminatory national-origins quota system.
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