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The Resource Claude A. Swanson of Virginia : a political biography, Henry C. Ferrell, Jr

Claude A. Swanson of Virginia : a political biography, Henry C. Ferrell, Jr

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Claude A. Swanson of Virginia : a political biography
Title
Claude A. Swanson of Virginia
Title remainder
a political biography
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Henry C. Ferrell, Jr
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Language
eng
Summary
Spanning most of the years of the one-party South, the public career of Virginian Claude A. Swanson, congressman, governor, senator, and secretary of the navy, extended from the second administration of Grover Cleveland into that of Franklin Roosevelt. His record, writes Henry C. Ferrell, Jr., in this definitive biography, is that of ""a skillful legislative diplomat and an exceedingly wise executive encompassed in the personality of a professional politician.""As a congressman, Swanson abandoned Cleveland's laissez faire doctrines to become the leading Virginia spokesman for William Jennings
Biography type
individual biography
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non fiction
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Claude A. Swanson of Virginia : a political biography, Henry C. Ferrell, Jr
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Claude A. Swanson of Virginia : a political biography, Henry C. Ferrell, Jr
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jg6f
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Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations and Photo Credits; Preface; 1. Rising Young Politician: 1862-1892; 2. Faith with the People: 1893-1898; 3. Platform Democrat: 1893-1903; 4. Middle of the Road and Stepping High: 1901-1906; 5. Concur and Cooperate: 1906-1910; 6. The Latest Successful Comeback: 1906-1911; 7. Both Ears to the Ground: 1910-1917; 8. Neither Hesitate nor Halt: 1917-1921; 9. The Principle of Local Self-Government: 1920-1930; 10. Hares and Hounds: 1921-1932; 11. Prodigious Shadow: 1921-1932; 12. The Wise Thing to Do: 1929-1933; 13. Second to None: 1933-1939
  • 14. Epilogue: The Red Oak BreaksNotes; Bibliographic Essay; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y
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