Dear Alben: Mr. Barkley of Kentucky

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University Press of Kentucky, 1979 - History - 118 pages
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The biography of Alben Barkley who, from humble beginnings in Kentucky, rose to be influential in the nation's capital during the time of the New Deal.
  

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Contents

The Progressive
17
Tale of Two Elections
35
Transitions and Troubled Times
49
Franklins Dear Alben
65
Iron Man of Politics
104
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About the author (1979)

JAMES K. LIBBEY is professor emeritus at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the author of "Alexander Gumberg and Soviet-American Relations, 1917 1933" (University Press of Kentucky, 1977); "Dear Alben: Mr. Barkley of Kentucky" (University Press of Kentucky, 2009); "American-Russian Economic Relations, 1770s 1990s" (Regina, 1989); and "Soviet-American Documents, Vol. 5, The Cold War Begins, 1946 1949" (Academic International Press, 2006). He lives in St. Augustine, Florida.

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