In 1964, Congress “got it”. Our nation’s leaders were making intelligent, selfless decisions that advanced the condition of America. President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act on July 2, 1964; prohibiting discrimination in public places, providing for the integration of schools and other public facilities and making employment discrimination illegal. Then on Sept. 3, for all the American people and wildlife for generations to come, public lands were put aside to remain forever wild by the Wilderness Act.
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