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I have, incidentally, read Peters’ book. It’s part of the American Presidents Series, biographies of almost all the presidents written in short volumes by major American writers. I didn’t think there was much more one could say about Lyndon Johnson but Peters made use of previously untapped primary sources and several compelling associates of the 36th president. It was very interesting book to read. I very much recommend it.
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