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Began almost all the modern welfare programs in the US, including Medicare and Medicaid, passed the Civil Rights Act, and escalated and presided over the Vietnam War. For better or for worse, LBJ was the most influential US president in 20th century outside of FDR.
He is a great leader of 20 th century. The government of India tried to bow him down and given too many offers but he stick to his Sikhism rules and rejected every offer. He led the Sikh people and all other who were perfect in their religion to fight against the bad politics what was going on in India at that time. Herespected every person who is perfect in their own religion. He walk in the will of god not the government policies. Many people are influenced by his thoughts and he himself was a practical man. He was man of his word. He always helps the needy one doesn't matter which religion they belongs to. He was a true leader. In other words he was a true saint soldier. - singh8487
He is a great alim in Malaysia that want to make Malaysia as an Islamic country and not secular
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He is a honest and good person fighting for people of India against communal forces. He is always pro poor and farmers. India is blessed to have him.
Rahul Gandhi (born 19 June 1970) is the Vice-President of the Indian National Congress (INC) party
The man who have made the Punjab feel proud because of speeding up the development. Sukhbir Singh Badal Zindabad. Shiromani Akali Dal Zindabad. Badal Teri soch Te, pehra deange thokk ke..
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