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  1. Mar 23, 2018 · On Feb. 17, 1965, Vice President Hubert Humphrey sent President Lyndon B. Johnson a memorandum stating the United States must begin an exit strategy in Vietnam: “It is always hard to cut losses.

  2. Known as the “Happy Warrior,” Hubert Humphrey represented Minnesota in the Senate from 1949 to 1964, presided over the Senate as vice president from 1965 to 1969, and then returned to the Senate again in 1971. A dedicated advocate for civil rights, Humphrey gained national attention in 1948 for his powerful Democratic convention speech ...

  3. Humphrey first entered presidential politics in 1952, running as a favorite son candidate in Minnesota. In 1960, he mounted a full-scale run, winning primaries in South Dakota and Washington D.C.; ultimately losing the Democratic nomination to Massachusetts Senator and future President John F. Kennedy.

  4. Johnson’s vice president, Hubert Humphrey, took four weeks to assess his chances after Johnson’s withdrawal. Humphrey then declared his candidacy and hurriedly assembled an organization to hunt delegates. In the Indiana primary Kennedy defeated both McCarthy and Indiana Gov. Roger Branigan.

  5. For more than 40 years, Hubert H. Humphrey Comprehensive Health Center has served patients in South Los Angeles and surrounding communities. Our focus on high-quality care ensures top performance and accountability as we become the medical home for many Los Angeles County residents.

  6. Jan 14, 1978 · MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 13—Senator Hubert Horatio Humphrey died tonight at his home in Waverly, 40 miles west of here. Death came to the 66-year-old 38th Vice President at 9:25 P.M. Central Standard ...

  7. Jan 1, 2020 · Hubert Humphrey was no conservative. His biographer, Carl Solberg, wrote that Humphrey learned two lessons growing up in Huron, South Dakota in the 1920s and 1930s that remained with him for the rest of his life: “The first was that individuals, far from being masters of their own fate, could become powerless victims of catastrophes ...

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