Let Us Continue

"All I have, I would have given gladly, not to be standing here today."

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In his speech to a joint session of Congress five days after the assassination of President Kennedy, President Johnson had to convince Americans that he was as sad as they were at the president's death—and as determined as they were to carry on his legacy. He had achieved both goals within the first two minutes.

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