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Bill Moyers with President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Oval Office, August 24, 1965. Moyers
was one of four people from Marshall, Texas, who had an impact on the passage of the
civil rights legislation generally recognized as President Lyndon B. Johnson's greatest lega-
cy. LBJLibrary Photo by Yoichi Okamoto.

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