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Around this time, Johnson decided to drop out of the race.
Prior to Humphrey's run, President Lyndon Johnson began a campaign for re-election, entering his name in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary for March 1968.
Late in 1967, building upon anti-war sentiment, Senator Eugene Mc Carthy of Minnesota entered the race with heavy criticism of the President's Vietnam War policies.
which led many Americans to believe that the North Vietnamese were stronger than had been reported, and that the war was not nearing an end.
From this point, most Americans either believed that the war should be escalated to completely destroy the enemy or that all American troops should be withdrawn from Vietnam to prevent the use of any more resources for the "hopeless task".
He served two, two-year terms, and gained a reputation as an anti-Communist and ardent supporter of the Civil Rights Movement.