Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th President of the United States. He was the predecessor of Republican leader Richard Nixon. Johnson accomplished an extraordinary feat of being one out of only four politicians ever to serve as President, Vice President, Senator and Representative. Before the New Deal era, many believe that Johnson’s tenure as president marked the zenith of modern liberalism of the United States. Johnson’s initiated several legislative reforms in the realms of civil rights, public broadcasting, aid to education, urban and rural development, the arts and public services. His ‘War on Poverty’ act helped millions of American to peeve a way across the poverty line which increased the standard of living in the country. As a statesman, Johnson expressed his views and thoughts on several issues ranging from politics to society. We have collected Lyndon B. Johnson’s quotes from his speeches, writings, articles, interviews and policies. Here are some of the most intriguing quotes from this domineering leader in the history of the United States.