April 10, 2012
-- New York Journal of Books reviewer Stephen Roulac praises, "Indomitable Will is an instant classic . . . Mark Updegrove’s scholarly mastery of oral histories, original source documents, and presidential writings, combined with a flair for exquisite storytelling make for a fascinating, can’t-put-
down, lust-for-more read".
Mr. Roulac also writes, "Barack Obama has said that one person can charge the world. Who was the one person most responsible for Barack Obama in 2008 being elected President of the United States? Who set in motion the cultural change that led to greater rights and choices for women, gays, and seniors? Lyndon Baines Johnson, popularly known as LBJ"
Stephen Roulac also adds, "Indomitable Will: LBJ in the Presidency is the illuminating portrayal of an individual, widely criticized and discredited in his time, who subsequently has come to be recognized by scholars as belonging right up front with the other lauded presidents such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson".
To read New York Journal of Book reviewer Stephen Roulac's full review of "Indomitable Will: LBJ in the Presidency" by Mark Undegrove visit http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/review/indomitable-will-l...
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