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AcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart One. The Texas SceneOne. The Ladder of SuccessTwo. The New DealThree. The Last Hurrah for Boss PoliticsFour. The Politics of ProgressFive. Democrats of TexasPart Two. The National SceneSix. Viva Kennedy!Seven. Launching the Great SocietyEight. Problems with the Great SocietyNine. ClimaxTen. 1968Eleven. DenouementNotesBibliographyIndex
Julie Leininger Pycior is Associate Professor of History at Manhattan College.
Winner of T. R. Fehrenbach Award 1997 (United States).