JFK and LBJ: The Influence of Personality Upon Politics

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In JFK and LBJ one of our most astute political observers examines two important events of the 1960s: why John F. Kennedy, the popular president, failed to push his legislative program through Congress, and why Lyndon B. Johnson, the consummate domestic politician, squandered his great consensus in an unpopular war in Vietnam. Tom Wicker's theme ... Read More

JFK and LBJ: The Influence of Personality Upon Politics 1991, Ivan R. Dee Publisher, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780929587592

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