Exploring the influence of personality upon politics, Mr. Wicker explains why John F. Kennedy, the popular president, failed to push his legislative program through Congress, and why Lyndon Johnson, the consummate domestic politician, squandered his great consensus in an unpopular war in Vietnam. “Steadily persuasive. . .wonderfully astute and incomparably lucid.”-Newsweek.
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A provocative comparison of political personalities. AccentAbout the Author:
Tom Wicker writes a column for the New York Times. His other books include A Time to Die, On Press, and several novels.
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Book Description Sep 30, 1969. Book Condition: New. 1970 2nd ptg. unread. Bookseller Inventory # BT-EH2V-U34G
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