Like hell, The Great Society is paved with good intentions, but it has more layers than Dante imagined. They mesh not in a Miltonian epic but rather in a Cliff Notes summary of what Robert Schenkkan seems to have meant to be a modern Greek-ish tragedy. Structurally, it works as a narrative panorama of problems — mainly a hellish war-- that bring down the presidency and personal status of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
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