11 edition of Lyndon, an oral biography found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||E847 .M54 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 645 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||645|
|ISBN 10||0399123571, 0399124977|
|LC Control Number||80000273|
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His best-known books are his biographies of three presidents: Plain Speaking: An Oral History of Harry Truman, Lyndon: An Oral Biography, and Ike the Soldier: As They Knew Him. His novels include That Winter, The Sure Thing, Reunion, A Secret Understanding, A Gay and Melancholy Sound, What Happened, Isl and A Day in Late : RosettaBooks.
This, like Mark Updegrove's recent Indomitable Will, is an oral biography, so it is told by the people who worked with and for Johnson.
Unlike Updegrove's book, which focuses on LBJ's time as President this covers Johnson's entire life - including touching on his youth, his time in Congress and as Majority Leader, and in retirement/5(7).
In spite of peppering the book with his own, oftentimes unsubstantiated, opinions, Merle Miller has put together an enjoyable oral biography of Lyndon Johnson.
Given the format of the book, it relies almost exclusively on the reminiscences of those who knew Johnson either through bloodline, geographic proximity, working for him, or working with him over his /5.
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was published in Far less a traditional biography than Goodwin’s, this is a memoir of Califano’s 3½ years in the Johnson Administration. Rather than. Many of those whose testimony Miller smartly intercuts throughout were old Johnson hands--from his San Marcos college days, his Washington debut (as the standout assistant to a washout congressman), or his years in the House ().
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Lyndon, an oral biography. [Merle Miller]. LYNDON: An Oral Biography by Merle Miller ‧ RELEASE DATE: Aug. 25, LBJ as hundreds knew him: a crackling projection of his personality and modus operandi, a muted image of the Imperial Presidency. This, like Mark Updegrove's recent Indomitable Will, is an oral biography, so it is told by the people who worked with and for Johnson.
Unlike Updegrove's book, which focuses on LBJ's time as President this covers Johnson's entire life - including touching on his youth, his time in Congress and as Majority Leader, and in retirement/5. Lively, momorable look at LBJ through the eyes of those who knew him; Lyndon, An Oral Biography, by Merle Miller.
New york: Putnam. $ Lyndon, an oral biography. [Merle Miller] -- "A biography of Lyndon Johnson ranging from his birth to his death in Includes interviews with Lady Bird, John Kenneth Galbraith, J. William Fulbright, Larry O'Brien, Hubert Humphrey, and.
Merle Miller spread it further in his biography, Lyndon, An Oral Biography. Evidently, Caro decided to repeat Johnson’s version (despite his having personally documented LBJ’s high propensity for lying) instead of accepting the facts discovered by first-hand witnesses with no axe to grind.
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Biography series by Robert Caro The Years of Lyndon Johnson is a biography of Lyndon B. Johnson by the American writer Robert Caro. Four volumes have been published, running to more than 3, pages in total, detailing Johnson's early life, education, and political career. A fifth volume will deal with the bulk of Johnson's presidency.
Get this from a library. Lyndon: an Oral Biography. [Merle Miller] -- The bestselling author of Plain Speaking crafts a candid portrait of one of the most complex, fascinating, difficult, and colorful American presidents. From his birth in to his death in By Merle Miller Lyndon: An Oral Autobiography (1st First Edition) [Hardcover] by A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged.
An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or Rating: % positive. : LYNDON AN ORAL BIOGRAPHY: First edition first printing limited to copies hardcover this number Fine in blue buckram with gilt trim and fine publishers slipcase with light shelf rubbing to bottom SIGNED BY.
His best-known books are his biographies of three presidents: Plain Speaking: An Oral History of Harry Truman, Lyndon: An Oral Biography, and Ike the Soldier: As They Knew Him. His novels include That Winter, The Sure Thing, Reunion, A Secret Understanding, A Gay and Melancholy Sound, What Happened, Isl and A Day in Late September.4/5(7).
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Published by WITH HIS STATE REPRESENTATIVE STAMP ON THE INSIDE FRONT COVER AND BOTTOM EDGE OF BOOK AND DATED AUGUST 5 this book from the library of L Dewitt Hale and includes a printout of his. Lyndon Johnson was a full-service president who had at his disposal an alignment of political resources, economic resources, international resources, and military resources unmatched in the annals of presidential history.
The problem is that in a full-service presidency, where no interest of political significance is denied a modicum of. ); Merle Miller, Lyndon: An Oral Biography (New York, ); George Reedy, Lyndon B.
Johnson: A Memoir (New York, ); Ronnie Dugger, The Politician: The Life and Times of Lyndon Johnson: The Drive for Power, from the Frontier to Master of the Senate (New York.
Introduction Bibliography of books relating to the Johnson Presidency (). Johnson took the oath of office just hours after Kennedy's death in Novemberand was elected the 36th president of the U.S. with a landslide inhis term ended in after he declined the Democratic Presidential nomination in His major historical.
Lyndon B. Johnson: portrait of a president User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Few modern presidents have been the subject of as many excellent biographies as Lyndon Johnson, and this abridgment of Dallek's masterly two-volume biography, Lone 3/5(1).
Oral History: Discussed in Katie Louchheim interview (, ), pages, original in Lyndon B. Johnson Library; and in Esther Peterson interview (,), pages, original in Columbia University Oral History Project.
The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate by Robert A Caro 1,pp, Cape, £ Two parts power, one part ambition, and a large measure of : James P Rubin. JOHNSON, Lyndon Baines, (father–in–law of Charles Spittal Robb), a Representative and a Senator from Texas and a Vice President and 36th President of the United States; born on a farm near Stonewall, Gillespie County, Tex., on Aug ; moved with his parents to Johnson City, in ; attended the public schools of Blanco County, Tex.
Life and career. Born in East Chicago, Indiana, Reedy attended Senn High School in Chicago and graduated from the University of Chicago in Reedy was a reporter for United Press in Washington, D.C. before joining Johnson's Senate staff in He worked as an aide to Johnson during his presidential campaign interm as vice-president, and early months Education: University of Chicago (BA).
Lynda Bird Johnson Robb (born Ma ) is the elder of the two daughters of the 36th U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson and his First Lady Lady Bird served as chairwoman of the Board of Reading is Fundamental, the nation's largest children's literacy organization, as well as chairwoman of the President's Advisory Committee for : Lynda Bird Johnson, Ma (age 75).
He attended the University of Iowa and the London School of Economics. He joined the US. Army Air Corps during World War II, where he worked as an editor of Yank.
His best-known books are his biographies of three presidents: Plain Speaking: An Oral History of Harry Truman, Lyndon: An Oral Biography, and Ike the Soldier: As They Knew Him.4/5(1). Lyndon B. Johnson. Head of State (Aug — Jan) SUBJECT OF BOOKS.The bestselling author of Plain Speaking crafts a candid portrait of one of the most complex, fascinating, difficult, and colorful American presidents.
From his birth in to his death inthe story of Lyndon B. Johnson is told without sparing his personal excesses and contentious public image—while also highlighting the strength of his greatest accomplishments in .