The Path to Power - Chapter 21 -24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21: Buchanon suddenly died, but in this case, rather than a male colleague to replace him, the people felt that his wife was the one for the job. This was despite her rather quiet, shy reputation. Lyndon Johnson decided to go for this opening. Lyndon Johnson ran into a very basic normal human problem for this next step in his career. No one in the Tenth District knew who he was. He needed to change this. This chapter goes into more detail regarding how the dam project managed to go through. There was substantial drama involved with it, and the bill for it was nearly killed. Lyndon managed to get himself into a position where he was prominent for this project, which resulted in his winning the support of a man named Wirtz where he otherwise would not have been able to secure...

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