Hollywood has tended to find LBJ more useful as a villain than a hero—even when dramatizing domestic victories like the Voting Rights Act.
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The LBJ Library’s efforts to burnish Johnson’s legacy is a worthy one—but not a great deal was said about today’s civil rights struggles at the Civil Rights Summit in Austin this week.
In case you missed it in the magazine’s February issue, here’s a pointer to Observer contributor Robert Leleux’s review of Lady Bird Johnson: An […]
The increasing need for affordable housing is readily apparent in Texas.