In history's shadow: an American odyssey

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Hyperion, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 386 pages
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The powerful, acclaimed autobiography of a major political figure is now available in trade paperback. The late John Connally learned the ropes of rural Texas politics under Lyndon Johnson and worked his way up, getting wounded along the way allegedly by the same bullet that killed JFK. Connally's story is an essential contribution to our understanding of recent American history. Photographs.

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Contents

The Motorcade
3
The Heart of Texas
20
A Very Special Class
39
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Nellie Connally, the former Idanell Brill, met John Bowden Connally at the University of Texas; the two college sweethearts were married on December 21, 1940. Mrs. Connally served as the first lady of Texas from 1962 to 1969. The mother of four, Mrs. Connally still resides in Austin, Texas.
Mickey Herskowitz has written numerous "New York Times "bestsellers and has been a longtime Connally friend.

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