By: The Commentator Editorial Board  | 

Presidential Evaluation

Lyndon Baines Johnson is generally found to be a poor President. Although his ability in domestic-affairs is generally viewed as good, most students object to his foreign policy. His enthusiasm about this is what students object to. He encourages student participation in carrying out his foreign policy (which students find to be all too active.) Mr. Johnson’s speeches are boring and fail to captivate his audiences. Some students felt their expectations were not fulfilled in this country and that they would gain by leaving the U.S.

We can only note with pleasure the graceful exit of Mr. Johnson from the department of the presidency and wish him well in all future endeavors.