People: Dec. 1, 1967

In his new style as the real Lyndon Johnson, the President of the U.S. stood up again last week at a Washington dinner, where Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen was presented with the William J. Donovan Medal by veterans of the wartime Office of Strategic Services. "I heard that many members of Congress would be here tonight," Lyndon deadpanned, "and I thought I would honor an old OSS tradition by dropping in behind the enemy lines. The man you honor tonight is often accused of being my fifth column on the Hill. I...

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