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For inauguration zeal, LBJ '65 may be the precedent for Obama

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / January 2, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Louise White Cashin, a young Democratic activist from Southern California, arrived in Washington on the eve of Lyndon B. Johnson's 1965 inauguration to find "just more black people than anyone would have been able to imagine together." (Full article: 1195 words)

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