Chief of Staff: Lyndon Johnson and His Presidency
Mr. Watson and Mr. Markman discussed their book Chief of Staff: Lyndon Johnson and His Presidency, published by St. Martins Press. They related their experiences as members of President Lyndon Johnson’s staff. Mr. Watson talked about the idiosyncrasies of the former president, Johnson’s relationship with Robert Kennedy, and how historians have evaluated the Johnson Administration. close
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- Betty Sue Flowers Director Johnson (Lyndon Baines) Presidential Library and Museum
Sherwin Markman Special Assistant (Former) White House
W. Marvin Watson Chief of Staff (Former) White House
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