Kings of the Hill: Power and Personality in the House of Representatives
Profiles nine of America's most provocative, colorful, and controversial congressional leaders, Henry Clay, James Polk, Thaddeus Stevens, James Blaine, Thomas Reed, Joe Cannon, Nicholas Longworth, Sam Rayburn, and Newt Gingrich.
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