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Reader recommendation: The Path to Power

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By Paul Valutkevich, Eliot, Me. / October 21, 2013


The Path to Power is the fascinating, straightforward first volume of what is to be a five-volume history of "The Years of Lyndon Johnson" by Robert E Caro. I began with the latest, fourth volume, titled "The Passage of Power" and thought I recognized the excellent writing. Checking my library, I found that I had purchased "The Path to Power" back in 1982. Since I don't recall reading it around that time, I'm now enjoying it, for perhaps the second time. I look forward to reading volumes 2, 3, and 5.

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