In 1948, Lyndon Johnson, John Kennedy, and Richard Nixon were up-and-coming congressmen, all at pivotal points in their lives. In each of these ambitious politicians, Lance Morrow finds a streak of amorality and ruthlessness--each believed that the rules didn't apply to him. For each, lies of one kind or another would be a conduit to power; lies would also undo LBJ and Nixon's presidencies, and tarnish JFK's reputation.
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Author Biography - Lance Morrow
Lance Morrow, twice winner of the National Magazine Award, is a longtime essayist for TIME magazine. He contributes essays and articles to other publications and is the author of eight books, including Evil: An Investigation and The Best Year of Their Lives: Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon in 1948. He lives in Chatham, New York.