"I Reckon You're One of Them New York Doves"

Asher, Aaron
November 2006
American Heritage;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p50
In this article, the author presents information on how he became the publisher of retired U.S. President Lyndon Baynes Johnson in 1969. The author had once admired him as the man who had pushed through the legislation that for the first time since Reconstruction enabled all eligible African-Americans to vote. The author was given an offer of just about double his salary and the grand title of "vice-president and director of general books division."


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