Join a discussion about Robert Caro’s ‘The Passage of Power’

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By msnbc staff
Courtesy of Random House

Fifty years ago today, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act, a landmark legislation outlawing racial discrimination and ending segregation.

In “The Passage of Power,” Robert Caro follows President Johnson through the most frustrating and triumphant parts of his career. From his time as Senate Majority Leader to the vice presidency to becoming president, Caro explores the pivotal periods in Johnson’s life and in the life of the nation.

We plan on tackling this novel in next week’s Krystal Clear, which includes you! We want you to read along and become a book friend by posting your questions and comments about the book right here in the #Bookfriends group, or tweet us using the hashtag #bookfriends.

Tune into Krystal Clear next Wednesday July 9, at 11:30am ET on msnbc.com and you could see your comment featured in our discussion.

Looking for our previous book club books? Check out Khaled Hosseini’s “And the Mountains Echoed or Michael Hastings’ “The Last Magazine.”

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Join a discussion about Robert Caro's 'The Passage of Power'

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