Public Papers of the Presidents of the United StatesBut we must beware that it does not upset our confidence in ourselves. ... America. It is good that we have a system where we can freely talk about what is wrong because when we have the proper ... Or if we couldaand still be polite-we might compare some of our conditions in America to some of the conditions in other ... And that is- more than double that of France or West Germany, Italy or Great Britain.
|Title||:||Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Lyndon B. Johnson, 1967|
|Author||:||Johnson, Lyndon B.|
|Publisher||:||Best Books on - 1968-01-01|