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Does ‘Selma’ trash LBJ’s civil rights legacy?
The new movie “Selma” presents Lyndon Johnson as a president who had to be dragged into supporting the civil rights movement. Why is the film dramatizing this division in the civil rights effort? And is it trashing LBJ’s legacy? Joseph Califano and James Peterson discuss.
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