Depiction of Lyndon B. Johnson in ‘Selma’ Raises HacklesBreaking News
tags: LBJ, MLK, Selma
The question has long been a matter of contention, even flaring up in the 2008 presidential primary battle between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.
And now, it has also come to another hard-fought political campaign, the Oscar race, once again raising the fraught question of who makes history — and who gets to write it.
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