The Choices We Face

The Choices We Face In Choices We Face Lyndon Baines Johnson reflects on the major issues and concerns of his time in the White House his greatest challenges and on what the future will demand of America and its lead

  • Title: The Choices We Face
  • Author: Lyndon B. Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Choices We Face, Lyndon Baines Johnson, reflects on the major issues and concerns of his time in the White House, his greatest challenges, and on what the future will demand of America and its leadership Mr Johnson reveals, for the first time, his innermost convictions on the most volatile questions of today Vietnam, Czechoslovakia and the Middle East as well as criIn Choices We Face, Lyndon Baines Johnson, reflects on the major issues and concerns of his time in the White House, his greatest challenges, and on what the future will demand of America and its leadership Mr Johnson reveals, for the first time, his innermost convictions on the most volatile questions of today Vietnam, Czechoslovakia and the Middle East as well as crime, poverty, dissent and race relations in our nation This major document is a bold statement of timely importance with lasting implications for America and Americans in the years to come.

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    1 thought on “The Choices We Face”

    1. This is a very interesting book from a historical perspective, yet it could have been written yesterday. In many ways the world today would be unrecognizable to the author writing in 1969. Yet with depressing frequency LBJ writes of political and social problems that plague us still. His Great Society programs were still new and full of promise. The book's intended theme is hope, hope that many of society's ills were coming to a successful resolution. Hope was the purpose but it is a seething bi [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book mainly because it is a classic, and I learned a lot about government, and could connect it to "Plato's Republic". Also, it is intriguing because it is written by one of our presidents. Lastly, I am looking into going into politics, so reading this book informed me on the politics in government and the "ideal" state.

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