In 1965, LBJ's speech to Congress was ambitious—but also realistic
What can the Civil Rights Movement and President Johnson's "Great Society" teach us about legislative action today?
Defenders of LBJ are less interested in history than in hagiography
In Ava DuVernay's retelling of Martin Luther King's leadership in the Selma-to-Birmingham marches and the passage of the Voting Rights Act, we see how much King...
Forget the LBJ fantasies—if we could have Lady Bird back, things might be different
Leaving aside, for a moment, the question of how effective they really were while in office, some American presidents simply loom larger in the public...
From LBJ to Barack Obama, a look at what the toughest job in the world can do to a person