This dual biography chronicles the lives of Will and Oveta Hobby; their impact on local, state, and national events; and how their marriage and media empire helped shape twentieth-century journalistic and political history.
In his memoir, Bernard Rapoport recalls a life of hard work and a philosophy of giving that made him a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist. This updated edition includes new material compiled before Rapoport’s death in 2012.
Paul Burns’ fascinating memoir details his experiences in medical school and his insights into the medical training of the era as well as his reflections on his tour of duty as a physician during the Vietnam War.
By Dolph Briscoe, as told to Don Carleton, foreword by Dolph Briscoe IV
Now with a foreword by the historian Dolph Briscoe IV, here is the autobiography of former Texas governor Dolph Briscoe, who played a crucial role in restoring public confidence in the integrity of state government.
This companion volume to a 2016 summit hosted by the LBJ Presidential Library explores the lessons and legacy of America’s most divisive war, including the perspectives of luminaries such as US Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and John Kerry.