As it was 189 years ago, so today the cause of America is a revolutionary cause. And I am proud this morning to salute you as fellow revolutionaries. Neither you nor I are willing to accept the tyranny of poverty, nor the dictatorship of ignorance, nor the despotism of ill health, nor the oppression of bias and prejudice and bigotry. We want change. We want progress. We want it both abroad and at homeand we aim to get it.
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Source Notes: Source: President LYNDON B. JOHNSON, remarks to college students employed by the government during the summer, August 4, 1965.Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Lyndon B. Johnson, 1965, book 2, p. 830.
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