June 1965
America;6/12/1965, Vol. 112 Issue 24, p847
The article focuses on the staging of news about U.S. President Lyndon Johnson as of 1965. It states that reporters in Washington are still concentrating on the president with a bias that must certainly become an irritant to the U.S. Congress. It says that the newspapers in the state are also likely to report legislative debate in relation to presidential achievement.


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