THANKSGIVING DAY 1814 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – A PROCLAMATION The two Houses of the National Legislature having by a joint resolution expressed their desire that in the present time of public calamity and war a day may be recommended to be observed by the people of the United States [...]
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Democrat President Lyndon B. Johnson unveiled “Great Society” as the moniker for his domestic works, on April 23, 1964, in Chicago, at a fund-raising dinner for Mayor Richard J. Daley. The Chicago setting was appropriate. At the time both Johnson and Daley were much admired figures nationally, and they [...]Continue Reading →