- Words: 1888
- Length: 6 Pages
- Topic: Government
- Paper #: 82533044
Why? Because, for the most part, LBJ ignored them. He would invite the leadership and even critics to the White House quite frequently and listen as they offered suggestions. Usually, however, he would end up lecturing them about the wisdom of the decisions he had already predetermined.
It is interesting to note, that, throughout the war, LBJ actually received far more support from Republicans than he did his own party.