The Presidency: Memories of Uncle Lyndon

THE PRESIDENCY Memories of Uncle Lyndon Working from a lode of salvaged notes and firsthand memoranda, Evelyn Lincoln assembled a 1965 memoir, My Twelve Years with John F. Kennedy, that gave readers a faithful slavey's-eye view of the boss she loved and served as personal secretary. Her second installment, Kennedy & Johnson, about to be published by Holt, Rinehart & Winston, wastes little love on J.F.K.'s succes sor. Her book's opening description of L.B.J., in Florida at their first meeting after the 1960 election, speaks of him as "Heavy. Heavy footsteps. Heavy...

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