By Mitchell B. Lerner
This better half bargains an summary of Lyndon B. Johnson's lifestyles, presidency, and legacy, in addition to a close examine the imperative arguments and scholarly debates from his time period in workplace.
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8 Johnson died before he could write a planned second volume on his years in Congress. In The Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson (1969), Johnson’s historian-in-residence, Eric Goldman, designated him “Prime Minster Johnson” for his style of congressional leadership. 9 However, another staff member who had worked with Johnson in Congress and at the White House, George E. Reedy, in The Twilight of the Presidency (1970), concluded that his success as Senate Democratic leader had resulted from his knack for “taking the temperature” of the body and “touching every base” before launching any legislative project, which enabled him to anticipate and meet any objections that might be raised, precautions that he did not always follow as president.
A Companion to Lyndon B. Johnson by Mitchell B. Lerner