SOURCE: New Yorker
As chairman of the National Aeronautics and Space Council, a White House advisory group, Johnson moved quickly to “dominate Washington space activities."
Why does the exhaustive biographer overlook Lyndon Johnson’s virulent misogyny?
by Jeff Greenfield
The PBS documentary on America’s most futile conflict is missing one explosive document. Every president should absorb its chilling lessons.
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