Description courtesy of Herblock’s History:
“Kindly move over a little, gentlemen”
After being elected president in his own right, in his 1965 inaugural address President Lyndon B. Johnson called for the creation of a “Great Society,” supporting new social programs, including anti-poverty projects. In his “guns and butter” policies, the butter projects at home did better than the gun policies in Vietnam. By the end of his term in office, his growing budget for “Health, Education, and Welfare” represented the greatest social advances since the New Deal.