All posts by Mark Updegrove
October 26, 2010, Dallas
October 26, 2010, Dallas.
With the publication of his memoir and the groundbreaking of his library, George W. Bush is poised to get to work on his post-presidency. What comes next?
Two years after leaving office under a cloud of controversy, with a historically low approval rating, George W. Bush is reentering the spotlight and, with the groundbreaking of his library, launching his post-presidency. The question is, What will he do now?
A new history of Lyndon Johnson’s presidency draws on memoirs, interviews, and oral histories to construct a revealing portrait. In this exclusive excerpt from LBJ Library director Mark K. Updegrove’s Indomitable Will, Johnson and the people who knew him best reveal how he really felt about John F. Kennedy—and why he and Robert Kennedy so bitterly despised each other.
In this excerpt from Indomitable Will: LBJ in the Presidency, letters, interviews, and historic documents offer a revealing glimpse into the stormy relationship between Lyndon Johnson and the Kennedys.