We just returned from an afternoon at the recently renovated LBJ Presidential Library. I thought it was a fascinating look into a complex time in history and a man with the weight of the world on his shoulders as President. I had not realized the extent of his efforts in civil rights, education reform, including Head Start, the creation of Medicare and Medicaid, and, of course, the war on poverty. It was interesting getting to listen to sections of audio recorded conversations he had with others related to Vietnam, civil rights, and various political issues throughout the exhibit. I also enjoyed the videos and pop culture items of those times that were displayed, which actually provided a framework and setting for the events that occurred. When we visited today, there was no admission fee but donations were accepted. I don't know if its always this way or not.