anonymous
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What is the main reason so many Great Society programs became law during the Johnson presidency? The Democrats had a supermajority in Congress and passed many of the bills Johnson proposed. The Republicans had a supermajority in Congress and passed many of the bills Johnson proposed. Johnson used his experience as a teacher to educate and excite the nation about his Great Society plan. Here is the updated question Please help
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@shamallamadingdong please help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ithink it might be the last one
paki
  • paki
"The Democrats had a supermajority in Congress and passed many of the bills Johnson proposed." please have a look here for details... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Society

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anonymous
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Thank you
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my pleasure...

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