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Kennedy’s successor as president, Lyndon Johnson:



1. like Kennedy, had been born into wealth and privilege

2. was a fairly typical southern conservative

3. genuinely cared about the disadvantaged in society

4. had a humble and modest character

5. may have been involved in the assassination


All of them seem some what right such as ..3 and 5

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