Look back at the memorable moments in State of the Union addresses through the years.
1964: LBJ Declares War on Poverty -- In his first State of the Union, just two months after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, President Lyndon B. Johnson called for an unconditional war on poverty. It involved a extensive set of interrelated programs regarding health care, urban centers in Appalachia and more.
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