By Mitchell B. Lerner
This spouse bargains an outline of Lyndon B. Johnson's lifestyles, presidency, and legacy, in addition to a close examine the principal arguments and scholarly debates from his time period in workplace.
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William Morrow. Chapter Three THE VICE PRESIDENCY Marc J. Selverstone Having spent nearly forty years in government, Lyndon Johnson offers scholars an extraordinarily rich life to recount. Rising from congressional secretary to president of the United States, Johnson was present at the emergence of the welfare state in the 1930s and responsible for its ﬂowering in the 1960s. Between those bookends of his political career, LBJ held some of the key electoral posts in the federal government, including membership in both houses of Congress, as well as Majority Leader of the United States Senate.
Byrd, commemorated Johnson’s leadership in his volume The Senate, 1789–1989: Address on the History of the United States Senate (1989). Byrd discerned the difference between Johnson’s Senate leadership before and after the congressional elections of 1958, when the Democrats’ razor-thin majorities were expanded in a landslide. It had been easier for Johnson to keep his party united when only a few votes separated them from the minority. The large number of liberals elected in 1958 came to the Senate more independent minded.
A Companion to Lyndon B. Johnson by Mitchell B. Lerner