I. Historian, writer and biographer, Doris Kearns Goodwin made a difference in life from being an administrator for the president of Lyndon B. Johnson. Doris Goodwin has won wide praise for her meticulous, in-depth research and her ability to chronicle both the public and private lives of her subjects. Doris was a one-time professor of government at Harvard University, she became a White House Fellow to assist Willard Wirtz.
II. Goodwin came to the attention of President Lyndon Johnson when she co-wrote a very critical on Johnson and for the New Republic magazine. Several months later when they met in person at the White House, Johnson asked her to work for the White House and he then soon asked her to help write his memoirs. Then that's how everything started with Doris Goodwin and how she came recognized with everyone. Doris Kearns Goodwin | Pulitzer Prize Winning Author and Presidential Historian).
Happy Birthday, Doris Kearns Goodwin. Goodwin, the Pulitzer Prize winning historian and biographer is one of the most well respected political commentators today. It has been reported that President Obama consulted with Goodwin before assembling his cabinet. Her biography, No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, won the Pulitzer Prize. Goodwin served as LBJ’s assistant and later helped him with his memoirs and wrote a biography on Johnson, Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream.