Interview with Marian Logan
QUESTION 4
PAUL STECKLER:

What were they thinking?

MARIAN LOGAN:

Well, I think for one thing, they felt that we were, we took the stand against the War would be anti the administration at the time, which happened to be Johnson. And they felt that Johnson had, and he had, done some very good things in the Civil Rights Era, I think will go down if history is written truly. That Lyndon Johnson was one of the finest presidents, for domestic affairs, in our lifetime, in this era. Ah, I think, well I know the Vietnam War was what killed Lyndon, you know.