By Mitchell B. Lerner
This spouse bargains an outline of Lyndon B. Johnson's lifestyles, presidency, and legacy, in addition to an in depth examine the significant arguments and scholarly debates from his time period in place of work.
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He also recalled how the political liberals and the oilmen and bankers in his Texas home town had distrusted Johnson equally. As a Texas senator in the 1950s, Johnson had attempted to distance himself from the South’s obsession with the “race issue” which diverted it from its economic and educational problems; McPherson believed this explained the zigzag course he pursued on the issue. One of Johnson’s colleagues in the Senate, and a later majority leader, West Virginia Senator Robert C. Byrd, commemorated Johnson’s leadership in his volume The Senate, 1789–1989: Address on the History of the United States Senate (1989).
Paragon House. Martin, John Bartlow (1972). “Election of 1964,” in Schlesinger, Arthur M. , and Hansen, William P. ), The Coming to Power: Critical Presidential Elections in American History. Chelsea House, 479. Matthews, Donald R. (1960). S. Senators and Their World. University of North Carolina Press. McPherson, Harry (1988). A Public Education: A Washington Memoir. Houghton Mifﬂin. Miller, Merle (1980). Lyndon: An Oral Biography. G. P. Putnam’s Sons. Montgomery, Gayle B. and Johnson, James W.
A Companion to Lyndon B. Johnson by Mitchell B. Lerner