To heal and to build; the programs of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Edited by James MacGregor Burns. Prologue by Howard K. Smith. With commentary by Chester Bowles [and others] Epilogue by Eric Hoffer.
Contributor(s): Burns, James MacGregor [editor.].Material type: TextPublisher: New York, McGraw-Hill Edition: [1st ed.].Description: xiv, 506 pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969 | World politics -- 1955-1965 | United States -- Social policyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: To heal and to build.DDC classification: 353.032 Other classification: 15.87 | 89.54
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Prologue: A strong thread of moral purpose / Howard K. Smith -- Part One: World revolutions -- and our own -- Are we relevant to the future? / Chester Bowles -- Reforms plus results equal revolutions / David E. Lilienthal -- President Johnson's foreign policy / Eugene V. Rostow -- Part Two: The great society today -- President Johnson and the economy / Walter W. Heller -- The myth of the flawed white Southerner / Ralph Ellison -- Part Three: The frontiers of excellence -- To elevate the life of the people / Stewart L. Udall -- Revolutions, present and future / McGeorge Bundy -- Part Four: The reformation of politics -- Confessions of a Kennedy man / James MacGregor Burns -- Envoy -- Epilogue: The pride and the greatness / Eric Hoffer.