TV Movie | TV-14 | | Biography, Drama, History
The film portrays Martin Luther King's Nobel Prize acceptance speech for being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 as being just before the election on 3rd November that year, but it actually occurred on 10th December of '64.
Lyndon B. Johnson:
Clausewitz said "Politics is war by other means."... Bullshit. Politics is War... Period. You know how you win a campaign, by not losing it. I only lost one election my whole life. The son of a bitch stole it from me in the final seconds with a ...
When President Johnson is on the telephone with J. Edgar Hoover he makes repeated references to Alan Dulles as head of the CIA. Dulles had actually been fired by President Kennedy in 1961 and replaced by John McCone who served in that role until he resigned in 1965.
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