Lyndon Johnson and the American dream

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Harper & Row, 1976 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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The thirty-sixth President's conversations with the author provide the basis for a study of his background, his personal outlook and behavior, his political career, and the political system that fostered his rise

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Review: Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream: The Most Revealing Portrait of a President and Presidential Power Ever Written

User Review  - Jayson - Goodreads

I started this book during our trip to Austin and couldn't put it down. It feels blasphemous (considering where the Kennedy's stand in my political mythology), but I've come to believe LBJ to be one ... Read full review

Review: Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream: The Most Revealing Portrait of a President and Presidential Power Ever Written

User Review  - Meredith Watts - Goodreads

This is a very well-written book, which draws on the author's personal relationship with Johnson. She served him as a White House intern, and later became a confidante and personal assistant in his ... Read full review

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Contents

Prologue
1
growing UP
19
education and the dream of success
46
Copyright

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