Lone Star Rising: Vol. 1: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, by Robert Dallek
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Beginning with his early days in Texas, his progress from Representatives to Senate, and his role as Majority Leader under Eisenhower, this first volume in Robert Dallek's biography ends with his nomination as Vice-President in