The Presidency: And Back to Texas

Rush, rush, rush — so, from prayer breakfast to personal politicking to crisis confrontation, went President John son's week.

In Washington, the President's pen chant for popping into unexpected places left Hal Holbrook, Broadway's vet eran and highly skilled impersonator of Mark Twain, sounding more like Chico Marx. Holbrook was performing for Lady Bird and Lynda Bird Johnson and a group of visiting college stu dents in the White House East Room when the President burst in, rushed up to the platform, grasped the actor's hand and said: "I always wanted to...

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