Lyndon Johnson and the Great Society by John A., III Andrew
(American Ways Series)

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In this narrative analysis, Mr. Andrew examines the underlying ideas and principal objectives of the most ambitious and controversial American reform effort since the New Deal. An acute examination. —Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post. American Ways Series.
 

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Andrew is professor of history at Franklin & Marshall College
 
Published March 1, 1998 by Ivan R. Dee. 224 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, History, Political & Social Sciences, War. Non-fiction

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This succinct survey of President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society initiative and its aftermath recounts the genesis and fates of the various programs that today will evoke a wave of nostalgia in those

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This succinct survey of President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society initiative and its aftermath recounts the genesis and fates of the various programs that today will evoke a wave of nostalgia in those old enough to remember them, inter alia, the War on Poverty, Model Cities, the Civil Rights Act o...

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Locked in bitter rivalry with Robert Kennedy – “one of the great blood feuds of American history” – and distrusted by the left of the Democratic Party as surely as he had come to be regarded as ineffectual by left and right alike, after three years as a marginalised vice-president, Johnson could ...

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