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Robert Caro
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"Another pattern with significant implications is established in this volume. Lyndon Johnson's use of money as a lever to move the political world." p. xx

"The dreams of John Wheeler Bunton proved too big for the land to support cotton could not be grown profitably enough in central Texas to support a huge, elegant plantation, and the showy French sheep didn't produce enough wool or mutton." p. 7

"As Georgia's land wore out under repeated cotton crops, men searched for new land on which to plant it, and when, after the
War of 1812, Georgia's western territories were cleared of Indians, settlers poured into them in a great migration." p.15

"Among the nine children of Sam Ealy Johnson and Eliza Bunton Johnson were three sons." p. 40

"He wanted more." p. 70

"It was, in fact, more a case of his insisting on leading them." p. 71

"'I would crawl out of bed and...

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