Horace Busby

Horace Busby was an adviser, speechwriter, and confidant to Lyndon B. Johnson throughout his political career. After LBJ left the White House, Horace Busby remained in the nation's capital where he built a successful business as a management consultant, political analyst, and publisher. He died in May 2000 at the age of seventy-six.

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The Thirty-first of March

Horace Busby; Introduction by Hugh Sidey; Preface by Scott Busby
Farrar, Straus and Giroux

An intimate, compulsively readable memoir by LBJ's closest aide and chief speechwriter. "I have made up my mind. I can't get peace in Vietnam and be...

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