The Presidency: The First 100 Days

Lyndon Johnson marked the end of his 100th day in office last week in a most uncharacteristic way. He was sitting still, listening to a concert given by the visiting Houston Symphony Orchestra in Washington. But the rest of the week was more like it.

Back from a four-day swing through California, the President played host to 70-odd Congressmen and their wives at a White House party (see following story). Next day he swore in the St. Louis Cardinals' retired star Stan Musial as director of his Physical Fitness Program to succeed former Football Coach Bud Wilkinson, who aims to...

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