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Lyndon Johnson learned the hard way how anti-war movements can gain traction when the government is unable to explain to the citizenry why Americans are dying in a war. That's not a weakness, it's the strength of democracy with power originating from the people. Supposedly, George W. Bush and company are not taking the Cindy Sheehan war-protest movement seriously. Perhaps they need a visit from L.B.J. to show them the ghosts of anti-war movements past.
From Editor & Publisher: In an online chat Wednesday, Washington Post correspondent im VandeHei had said, "The White House thinks this whole story is a silly obsession of bored reporters with nothing better to do during the slow August."
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