The Unique Challenges of Writing for LBJ
By Joseph H. Carter, Sr
Published: January 7, 2013.
A Memoir by a Former newsman On the final months Of President Lyndon B. Johnson's White House When Carter joined the speech-writing staff in February, 1968, it was presumed that LBJ would seek re-election. Some of the old writing team were opting out and Carter was deemed as a replacement. It was a landmark year of upheaval across America and in the White House with some lighter moments.