Sherwin Markman Oral History Interview
The interviews was conducted by former LBJ speechwriters Harry Middleton and Bob Hardesty for the Lyndon Johnson Presidential Library.
Sherwin Markman, who served as special assistant to President Johnson from 1966-68, recalls his White House years and working for the president, including his civil rights work with the Black Panthers. Mr. Markman also served as Deputy Director of Congressional Liaison for the Agency for International Development from 1965-66, and is the co-author of W. Marvin Watson’s book, Chief of Staff: Lyndon Johnson and His Presidency. W. Marvin Watson served as President Johnson’s chief of staff after Bill Moyers resigned in 1966.
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