The foreign policy of Lyndon B. Johnson: the United States and the world, 1963–69

@article{Lerner2011TheFP,
  title={The foreign policy of Lyndon B. Johnson: the United States and the world, 1963–69},
  author={Mitchell B. Lerner},
  journal={Cold War History},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={475 - 477}
}
  • Mitchell B. Lerner
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • Cold War History
  • accounts, such as those by Herbert Parmet (Jack and JFK: The Presidency of John F. Kennedy, 1980–1983) and James Giglio (The Presidency of John F. Kennedy, 1991), are rare exceptions. Rabe, however, avoids the analytical extremes of many other Kennedy scholars in crafting a balanced interpretation. For instance, he praises Kennedy for the skill with which he handled short-term crises, notably Berlin in the summer of 1961 and the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. On the other hand, he criticises… CONTINUE READING

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