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The Johnson Treatment
It's been a dozen years since Robert Caro's previous book about Johnson, and now he's back, this time with Master of the Senate, an exhaustive and exhausting examination of the United States Senate during the years of Johnson's time there.
Books Story  May 3, 2002, by Dick Holland
"...The first volume of Robert Caro's protracted meditation on the dark side of Lyndon Johnson, The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path to Power, was published 20 years ago to almost universal acclaim. There was plenty about Caro's portrait of the young man on the make to offend Johnson loyalists, but his vivid presentation of the Texas Hill Country in the pre-electric era and his finely drawn character sketch of LBJ's political mentor, U.S..."

Betty Boyd Caroli on Lady Bird and Lyndon
Betty Boyd Caroli tells the First Lady's side of the story in Lady Bird and Lyndon
Arts Story  October 15, 2015, by Rosalind Faires
"...Lady Bird Johnson's name is never far from the mind of an Austinite. We walk around the lake christened in her honor, make seasonal pilgrimages to her Wildflower Center, and the sight of banks of bluebonnets on either side of I-35 excites little proclamations of thanks to the First Lady who put environmental issues on the map..."

All Over Creation: Two-Stepping With Lyndon
To play historical figures like LBJ and Groucho, actors ought to dance with them
Arts Column  August 10, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...What do Lyndon Johnson and Groucho Marx have in common?..."

The Last Repose of Lady Bird Johnson
Notes from the public viewing of Lady Bird Johnson.
DAILY News  July 16, 2007, by Richard Whittaker
"...In trucks, in cars, in buses and even coaches, they came to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum to say farewell to Claudia Alta Taylor Johnson. Most of them probably wouldn't recognize the name..."

The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From the Life of Robert S. McNamara
Robert S. McNamara, the confounding former secretary of defense during the Vietnam era, may be visionary filmmaker Errol Morris' best interview "get" ever.
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Film Review  February 27, 2004, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Given all this, Robert S. McNamara, the former secretary of defense under Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, may prove to be Morris’ ultimate interview "get." Morris, like others who came of age in the Sixties during the years of the American involvement in the war in Vietnam, probably still harbors a deep and abiding anger for McNamara, who is often described as the "architect" of the American policy in Vietnam..."

Rob Reiner Goes All the Way With LBJ
Tackling the contradictions of the unexpected presidency
DAILY Screens  November 3, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...It's a piece of political lore that Lyndon Baines Johnson would hold court with the bathroom door open. "That's a true thing," said Rob Reiner..."

The Making of a President
While waiting for election recount results, George W. Bush is imitating Lyndon B. Johnson while allowing his staff to run the show.
News Story  November 24, 2000, by Louis Dubose
"...(Herman, easily the best sit-down comic in the Capitol press corps, observed in one dispatch that "Spot's possible selection as first dog-elect is now on the line.") Beyond the sartorial remake Herman described, his Nov. 11 ranch dispatch describes an event reminiscent of Lyndon Johnson's visits to his Hill Country ranch:..."

From Southerners to Seventh Grade
Books Story  October 2, 1998
"...There is Teddy Roosevelt, who buys Woods' horses for his Rough Riders. Sam Johnson, who marries Laura's friend Rebekah..."

The Carol You Don't Know
There's much more to Ms. Channing than Dolly and Lorelei
Arts Story  July 22, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Channing endeared herself to Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson when the title song from Hello, Dolly! was reworked into a campaign song for LBJ's 1964 re-election bid. That led to a deep friendship between the performer and the Johnson family...."

The Way Home
Zach Theatre gives Robert Schenkkan's All the Way its Texas premiere on LBJ's home turf
Arts Story  April 9, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...And, of course, the play's protagonist not only has deep roots in Central Texas, he retains a towering, even mythic presence in this city four decades after his death. That would be Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the United States..."

Power Play
In Robert Schenkkan's new play, LBJ roars back to life to make civil rights history
Arts Story  August 17, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...He's spent his life chasing power, battling his way up through the ranks of elected governmental bodies state and federal, and at the moment he makes the observation above, he has just been thrust into the greatest seat of power in the land and, arguably, the world – a move precipitated by the sudden strike of an assassin's bullet. His name is Lyndon Baines Johnson...."

'It All Leads Back to Texas'
Robert Bryce on the Texas-Washington-international crony network
News Story  June 18, 2004, by Michael King
"...AC: The book works as a history, as an analysis of an historical phenomenon, and also as a polemic about Texas business and politics. Its roots are really in Lyndon Johnson and the Democratic Party, and it ends obviously with the Bushes and the Republicans..."

Steel Magnolia
Books Story  August 19, 1999, by Clay Smith
"...Lady Bird Johnson hasalways recalled that her black nurse Alice Tittle gave her her nickname when she was two years old, because she was, Tittle said, "'purty as a lady bird.'" Jan Jarboe Russell, a contributing editor at Texas Monthly who has recently published Lady Bird: A Biography of Mrs. Johnson (Scribner, $26 hard), doesn't leave that tidy package of a memory unwrapped..."

'A Proprietary Love'
High-strung, hot-tempered Tom Miller made self-interest -- and his feuds with LBJ -- into Austin history.
News Story  July 4, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...(This was back when voters -- who numbered fewer than 10,000 and who had to pay a poll tax -- picked their favorite five candidates off the ballot.) Miller got 52% and came in third but was immediately elected mayor by his colleagues. His council's first act was to fire unpopular City Manager Adam Johnson, who -- like the city charter intended, then and now -- presumed the authority to actually make the day-to-day decisions at City Hall..."

Day Trips
Columns  August 19, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Johnson City's fortunes have been tied to the Johnson family for most of its 120-year history. The small town's historic preservation board would like to use the upcoming birthday celebration for the former president as a reminder to local residents and visitors of the town's place in history...."

Day Trips
Columns  August 23, 2002, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Lyndon B. Johnson State Historical Park, west of Johnson City, honors the diversity of the Hill Country as well as the life of the 36th president..."

Book Reviews
Books Story  October 29, 1999, by Jesse Sublett
"...Normally, a book with a page count coming in just shy of 600 pages would not be lauded for its brevity and compactness, but when the subject is a giant like Lyndon Johnson, an exception is warranted. Aside from that laudable aspect, LBJ: A Life, by Irwin Unger and Debi Unger, is a biography that stands on its own merits, presenting a comprehensive, objective, and insightful chronicle of LBJ's life and career from cradle to grave -- which is a mighty big job when you think about it...."

Miz Liz
The Foot-Washing, Psalm-Singing, Total Immersion Texan
Best of Austin Story  September 15, 2000, by Margaret Moser
"...Roosevelt, and 11 presidents later stands as one of the grandest, most remarkable American women living. She became a speechwriter and media advisor to Vice-President Lyndon Baines Johnson and personal secretary to Lady Bird Johnson during the LBJ administration and then stepped into the front ranks of the women's movement..."

The Candidate From Brown & Root
As Halliburton CEO, Dick Cheney and his employer made millions on government projects.
News Story  August 25, 2000, by Robert Bryce
"...It secured the future of his company. And it led to other big projects that provided the funds to elect Lyndon Johnson to the U.S..."

It All Began So Beautifully ...
LBJ Library and Museum houses Austin's key connection to Kennedy's assassination
Arts Story  November 22, 2013, by Kate X Messer
"...As raw and unintentionally unkind as it sounds, the presidency of Lyndon Baines Johnson issued from the same barrel that killed JFK. His first inauguration occurred aboard Air Force One in Dallas..."

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