My Unexpected Journey: The Autobiography of Governor Harry Roe Hughes
Harry Roe Hughes rose from a sleepy Eastern Shore town to become one of the most influential governors in Maryland history. In his thirty-year political career, Hughes's efforts--major education reform, protection of the Chesapeake Bay and more--left a lasting and significant impact on the lives of all Marylanders.
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