Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908-1960

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Index
Acheson, Sec. of State Dean, 356, 460, 511, 523, 528, 549
Adams, Henry Lee, 333, 340
Adams, Horatio H., 122
Adams, Pres. John, 591
Adams, Gov. Sherman, 438, 537
African-Americans, 8-9, 69, 137, 168-69, 172-73, 214-15, 260, 276, 288-89, 316, 355, 367-68, 380, 405, 490, 497, 528, 546, 590; and the NYA, 135-39, 143, 519; and 1937 campaign, 155; and 1948 campaign, 313; and 1944 Supreme Court decision on voting rights, 316; and Brown v. Bd. of Ed., 445; and the 1957 civil rights bill, 517-20, 523, 525-28, 543; and 1960 civil rights bill, 562-64; and 1960 presidential campaign, 582-84
Agriculture Adjustment Acts, 108, 169-70
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 136
Aiken, Sen. George, 524
Ainsworth, Miller, 132
Akridge, Garth, 142-43
Alaska, 443, 555, 554
Alger, Cong. Bruce, 587
Alice (Jim Wells County, Texas), 328-35, 337-38, 340, 346-47
Allen, George, 382
Allen, Robert S., 205, 415-16, 520
Allred, Gov. Jimmy, 127-28, 141, 144, 149, 154, 160, 172, 217, 223, 226, 337-38, 343, 363
Alsop, Joseph, 440, 451, 483, 490, 532, 574
Alsop, Stewart, 476-77, 492, 517, 547
Ambrose, Stephen, 480, 523
American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 374, 413-15, 454
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 314, 324, 524, 552
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 377, 448, 460, 482, 500, 526, 552
Anderson, Sen. Clinton, 382, 390, 461, 485, 518, 520, 524-25, 557-58, 579
Anderson, Jack, 359, 378, 517, 570
Anderson, Sec. of Treasury Robert B., 247, 249, 538, 560
Anderson, Lt. Col. Robert E., 237-40
Arbenz, Jacobo, 445-46, 591
Armas, Carlos Castillo, 446
Arnold, Thurman, 337, 339
Atlanta Constitution; 162
Atomic bomb, 275, 293, 376, 382-83, 389, 397, 479
Atomic Energy Commission, 447, 557-58
Atomic Energy Revision Act, 447
Austin, Texas, 169, 171, 172-74, 184, 189, 247, 250-51, 273, 321, 326, 409, 411-13
Austin American, 149, 152, 213, 279, 321
Austin Statesman, 144, 149, 171
Australia, 235, 236-41
Austria, 169, 292
Autry, Gene, 285, 411
Avery, C. N., 147-48, 150-51, 153-55
Bible, Sen. Alan, 461
Bailey, Sen. Joseph W., 24-25, 27, 89
Bailey, Oriole, 278
Baines, George W. (great-grandfather), 25-26
Baines, Joseph Wilson (grandfather), 26- 27
Baines, Ruth Huffman (grandmother), 26- 27, 57
Baines, Thomas (great-great-grandfather), 25
Bains, George (great-great-great grandfather), 25
Baker, Robert (Bobby), 371-72, 378, 389, 422-23, 428, 435-36, 453, 456, 483- 84, 489, 493, 505, 512, 527-28, 536, 547, 559, 576; sketch of, 477-78
Baker, Sec. of War Newton D., 125
Baker, Russell, 6

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction LBJ in History 3
  • Part One - The Making of a Politician 1908-1937 11
  • 1 - The Heritage 13
  • 2 - Childhood 31
  • 3 - Student and Teacher 62
  • 4 - Kleberg's Secretary 93
  • 5 - The Making of a Congressman 125
  • Part Two - The Congressman 1937-1948 157
  • 6 - The New Dealer 159
  • 7 - National Politics 185
  • 8 - Politics, Patriotism, and Personal Gain 225
  • 9 - The Liberal as Conservative 268
  • 10 - Texas Elects a Senator 298
  • Part Three - The Senator 1949-1954 349
  • 11 - The Best Possible Senator for . . . Texas 351
  • 12 - For Country, Party, and Self 392
  • 13 - Bipartisan Politics 426
  • Part Four - The Majority Leader 1955-1960 465
  • 14 - The Making of a Majority Leader 467
  • 15 - The Liberal Nationalist 509
  • 16 - The Making of a Vice President 544
  • Sources 593
  • Abbreviations in the Notes 611
  • Notes 613
  • Index 701
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