Tag Archives: LBJ
Tracy Daugherty’s new biography of The Gay Place author Billy Lee Brammer is part poetic ode, part oral history — and always a wild ride.
The greatest novel ever written about Austin was penned by a man from Dallas, and it did not mention the capital city by name. Still, when Billy Lee Brammer’s...Read More
By sticking too close to history, Robert Schenkkan gives LBJ a pass.
'The Great Society' focuses on the events that defined LBJ’s presidency: Selma-to-Montgomery marches; the budget fights to fund Great Society programs; the hu...Read More
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 S...Read More
The increasing need for affordable housing is readily apparent in Texas. ...Read More