LAUNCHING LBJ: How a Kennedy Insider Helped Define Johnson's Presidency
Kenneth P. O'Donnell, JFK's chief of staff, was a prolific diarist and note-taker. In this provocative volume his daughter Helen, a respected historian and journalist, takes her father's journals and fills in the gaps to create an unprecedented inside look at the early days of President Lyndon Johnson's administration. Photos.
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