Edward Lewis Bob Bartlett of Alaska: a life in politics
Claus-M. Naske has written the first biography of the man who helped to make Alaska the forty-ninth state and who served as one of Alaska's first senators. More than a regional political history, the story of Bob Bartlett involves his opposition to U.S. involvement in Vietnam and his early warnings about the dangers posed by radiation.
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Courtship and Marriage
Bob Bartlett Enters Politics
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