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Very good. This copy has documentation that it was provided to the Office of Senator Edward Kennedy. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. , lxii, 41,  p. Illustrations, black & white, Frontispiece. Senate Document 110-8. From Wikipedia: "Claudia Alta "Lady Bird" Taylor Johnson (December 22, 1912 July 11, 2007) was First Lady of the United States (1963 69) during the presidency of her husband, Lyndon B. Johnson. Notably well-educated for her time, she proved a capable manager and a shrewd investor. After marrying LBJ in 1934 when he was a political hopeful in Austin, Texas, she used a modest inheritance to bankroll his congressional campaign, and then ran his office while he was serving in the navy. Next, she bought a radio station and then a TV station, which would soon make them millionaires. As First Lady, she broke new ground by interacting directly with Congress, employing her own press secretary, and making a solo electioneering tour. Johnson was a lifelong advocate for beautifying the nation's cities and highways ("Where flowers bloom, so does hope") and the Highway Beautification Act was informally known as Lady Bird's Bill. She was a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest US civilian honors."
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