Latest Stories Tagged: Lyndon B. Johnson

Conflict & Justice

The 1966 Fulbright hearings on Vietnam parted the curtains on President Johnson's conduct of the war

Fifteen months into Lyndon Johnson's presidency, the country still knew little about the Vietnam War. This changed in February 1966, when Sen. William Fulbright began the first televised, public hearings into the administration's handling of the conflict.

Politics

Anti-war democrats

As the Democratic Convention gets underway in Denver, The World's Matthew Bell examines the on-going tensions between the Obama campaign and the anti-war faction of the Democratic Party.