Lyndon Baines Johnson and the Uses of Power


"The papers were, by and large, of good quality, but two are worthy of particular attention. Michael Riccards's Failure of Nerve: How the Liberals Killed Liberalism, ' and Robert D. Loevy's To Write It in the Books of 1964' are outstanding and fresh contributions to often debated topics. . . . Bill Moyers's epilogue is superb, rich with personal observations on the man he served for many years." Choice

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Michael R. Reopel
  • Lance W. Bardsley
  • Sheri I. David
  • Attiat F. Ott
  • Paul Hughes-cromwick
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1988


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