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Lyndon B. Johnson voluntarily dropped out of the 1968 Democratic presidential race before the national convention took place. True or False
Lyndon B. Johnson voluntarily dropped out of the 1968 Democratic presidential race before the national convention took place. True.
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Lyndon B. Johnson voluntarily dropped out of the 1968 Democratic presidential race before the national convention took place. True.
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