Lyndon B. Johnson: The Exercise of Power

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INDEX
Abel, Tyler, 468
Acheson, Dean, 64, 75, 78, 131, 134, 135-36, 176, 246, 346, 392, 393, 477
Ackley, Gardner, 370
Adams, John G., 487n.
Adams, John, on office of vice-presidency, 280, 287
Adams, Sherman, 169, 179, 182, 185, 189, 195, 204
Adenauer, Konrad, 387-88
Adolphus Hotel incident in 1960 campaign, 301-2, 303-4
Aerial inspection, worldwide, 93
AFL-CIO Oil Workers Union, 251
Aiken, George, 2, 131, 485
Air Force, seventy-group, 16, 63
Air power program of Truman, Johnson's attack on, 47
Aircraft industry, in postwar era, 16, 19
Airport construction, as legislative issue, 204, 205; passage of 1958 bill, 206-7
Alabama National Guard, 495
Albert, Carl, 457
Albright, Robert C., on Johnson as Senate leader, 89
Alcorn, Meade, on Democrats and deficit spending, 195
Aldrich, Nelson W., 95, 99, 111
Alexander, Cliff, 495
Alger, Bruce, 302
Allen, George, 47
Alliance for Progress, 341, 394-97, 399, 403, 425, 518, 520, 568
Almond, Lindsay, 278
Alphand, Hervé, 386
Alsop, Joseph, 278
Alsop, Stewart, on Johnson's "exuberant egotism," 123
American Labor party, 36, 37
American Medical Association, 157
American Presidency, The ( Rossiter), 484
"American System," 347, 360
American world-wide image, and Dominican intervention, 515
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 25, 38, 153, 195, 231, 232, 242, 269, 351, 354, 378, 452, 487n., 519, 541-42
Andersen, Martin, 89
Anderson, Clinton P., 27, 28, 29, 41- 42, 43, 47, 91, 96, 99-100, 101, 110, 124, 131, 194, 212-13, 215, 223, 248, 281, 307, 308
Anderson, Cy, 137
Anderson, Robert B., 162, 204, 210- 211, 370, 372, 390, 393, 470
Anti-Campaign strategy in 1964 campaign, 468-71; and Frontlash, 469- 71, 475, 476
Anti-Catholicism, see Catholicism, as 1960 election issue
Anti-lynching bill, 121
Anti-poll-tax bills, 121
Anti-poverty program, 380, 427-34, 492; office of Economic Opportunity, 429, 432; Job Corps, 430; public awareness of, 434; governors' veto power, 493
Anti-Semitism in Navy officer class, 16
Anti-water and anti-air pollution programs, 559, 560
Appalachia: Federal Development Planning Commission on, 487n.; federal aid to, 492
Area Redevelopment Administration, 362, 363, 493
Arizona, 1960 pre-convention activity, 253-54
Armed Services, elimination of segregation in, 121
Army-McCarthy hearings, 81-82
Arnaud, Frank J., 251
Around-the-clock Senate sessions, 79, 221, 273, 312, 379
Arts, Special Assistant on, to White House, 424
Asian Bank, 544
Atomic energy bill, 79-81
Atomic Energy Commission, 212
Atomic power, and private industry, 79
Auerbach, Carl A., 134
Aytib, Mohammed Khan, 530, 531, 539, 540, 546
Bagge, Carl, 485-86
Bailey, John, 255, 280, 450
Baines, Joseph, 7
Baker, Bobby, 68-69, 244, 306, 332; role of, in Johnson System, 68, 97, 103-4, 106, 107, 109, 113-14, 150- 151, 155, 157, 159, 164, 166, 196, 198, 201, 202, 209, 214, 217, 224, 248, 252, 256, 261, 263, 264, 274, 275-76, 281, 287, 306; lawsuit

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Chapter I - The President 1
  • Chapter II - The Road to the Senate 5
  • Chapter III - Freshman Senator 26
  • Chapter IV - The Leader 50
  • Chapter V - Lbj's Balancing Act 71
  • Chapter VI - The Johnson System 88
  • Chapter VII - The Miracle of '57 119
  • Chapter VIII - The Legislator 141
  • Chapter IX - Lbj Vs. Ike 168
  • Chapter X - Too Many Democrats 195
  • Chapter XI - Love That Lyndon 225
  • Chapter XII - Comedy of Errors 243
  • Chapter XIII - Defeat-- and Emancipation 268
  • Chapter XIV - Campaigning for Kennedy 289
  • Chapter XV - The Vice- President 305
  • Chapter XVI - Let Us Continue 335
  • Chapter XVII - Taming the Congress 360
  • Chapter XVIII - Chief Diplomat 383
  • Chapter XIX - The Great Society 407
  • Chapter XX - Picking a Vice-President 435
  • Chapter XXI - In Search of a Record 464
  • Chapter XXII - Stockpiling Adversity 484
  • Chapter XXIII - The Dominican Intervention 510
  • Chapter XXIV - Vietnam 530
  • Chapter XXV - Adversity 557
  • Source Notes 575
  • Index 578
  • About the Authors 598
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