Albert J. Beveridge: American Nationalist
University of Chicago Press, 1971 - 370 pages
One of the most remarkable senators of early twentieth-century America, Albert J. Beveridge distinguished himself both as U.S. Senator from Indiana and as a historian. Braeman shows how Beveridge's achievements while in the Senate made him one of the foremost progressives of the time. Beveridge is presented both as a "Hoosier politician" and in the larger context of national politics.
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