Inskeep, Steve and Robert. Lyndon Johnson's fight for Civil Rights. NPR, 2005. 10/10/05. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyID=3087021
This webpage tells how when Lyndon was president, blacks were treated rough inside the law. He fought along with Martin Luther
King to change that. In 1964 it was finally made illegal. So blacks were able to go to same schools, have the same job just
as whites of the time did. This helped us to know how it was like and what President Johnson had to do to during those times.
"1964 Civil Rights Act." Infoplease Online Encyclopedia. Online. 10/22/05.
This site tells how the world changed after the civil rights bill was signed in 1964. The schools changed drastically. People
became untied with one and other. By 1967 22% of blacks went to school with whites. From then on they kept increasing and
increasing all the way till today. This site helped us by teaching what kind of help did the civil rights do for the United
"Lyndon B. Johnson." TheWhiteHouse. 10/9/05.
This essay was about Lyndon B. Johnson from both sides. Even from points how he was disliked and not just liked. Lyndon Baines
Johnson was said to be kind, generous, compassionate, considerate, decent, devoted, cruel dictatorial, grandiose and even
vicious. This essay is amazing, showing both about his childhood darkness and his fun childhood.