Here’s one for the history buffs: Forty years ago this month, Lyndon Johnson was agonized to know that Americans thought of him as the architect not of equal rights and Medicare but the hated Vietnam War. In what would become his final interview just 10 days before his death, Johnson spoke to CBS’s Walter Cronkite about his accomplishments. Listen here.

Here’s one for the history buffs: Forty years ago this month, Lyndon Johnson was agonized to know that Americans thought of him as the architect not of equal rights and Medicare but the hated Vietnam War. In what would become his final interview just 10 days before his death, Johnson spoke to CBS’s Walter Cronkite about his accomplishments. Listen here.