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Last week we learned that public approval of President Bush's handling of the war in Iraq has fallen to the same low point hit by Lyndon Johnson in 1968, during the war in Vietnam. The difference is that Johnson was coming to the end of his term. Public unhappiness with the way the war was going - a growing belief that Vietnam was unwinnable - prompted him to announce that he would not seek reelection. Bush, on the other hand, was reelected last November, just 10 months ago.