The most important, acclaimed, and galvanizing political biography of our era--which began with The Path to Power--continues in this national bestseller. In Means of Ascent Lyndon Johnson's almost mythic personality is seen at its most nakedly ambitious. The culminating drama--the explosive heart of the book--is Caro's illumination of one of the ...
The most important, acclaimed, and galvanizing political biography of our era--which began with The Path to Power--continues in this national bestseller. In Means of Ascent Lyndon Johnson's almost mythic personality is seen at its most nakedly ambitious. The culminating drama--the explosive heart of the book--is Caro's illumination of one of the great political mysteries of the century, the "87 votes that changed history".
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Publishers Weekly, 1991-02-08 Caro's scathing biography portrays Johnson as ruthless in his pursuit of power. This second installment in a projected series of four covers his life from 1941 to 1948 and ends with his winning the Texas Democratic senatorial primary by a scant and suspicious 87 votes. (Mar.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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