President Lyndon Johnson and clergyman Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led the fight for civil rights. Their relationship was finally severed by King’s opposition to the Vietnam war. Journalist Nick Kotz explains how previously unreleased documents shed new light on the relationship between these two towering figures of the 1960s.


  • Nick Kotz author of five books on American history and public policy, is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist.

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