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I am a retired American Govt teacher. I learned more about how the Senate actually works than from any textbook or history book I had read during my career. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Rubin
brutally long but worth every minute. 3 down and only one more amazing volume to go. The breadth and depth of history that is presented to the readre is quite amazing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well researched and written book. Can be a bit of a tedious read but at the same time entertaining.Published 2 months ago by MB in Texas
The scope of this work is awe inspiring. Not only do you become familiar with the details of Johnson's life, but you learn about the history of the senate, how the senate works,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by pedroliebre
Excellent, well researched. Helps explain LBJ's drive & political ambition. Motivations of other (not so minor) characters such as Dick Russell are detailed also.Published 2 months ago by Norm Saunders
All of these books could fit into 2 volumes if the government excessive repetition was eliminated. Still, a masterpiece of detail about an unusual person.Published 3 months ago by ctravels
Read all four books by Caro and you will learn more about how our government really works, than you will from any other source. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jack R. Jones
Ponderous reading. Lots of interesting history but it takes lots of time to read this book.Published 3 months ago by OlyJim