The Papers of Robert A. Taft: 1939-1944

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Kent State University Press, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 639 pages
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Robert A. Taft, prominent political leader and vocal critic of the expanding powers of the federal government and of the enlargement of America's international commitments, played a significant role in the development of Republican party politics.

This second volume of The Papers of Robert A. Taft documents the Ohioan's first term in the United States Senate and marks his entrance onto the national political and policy-making stage.

 

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JulyDecember 1940
161
JulyDecember 1941
261
JulyDecember 1942
365
JulyDecember 1943
461
JulyDecember 1944
565
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Clarence E. Wunderlin Jr. is professor of history at Kent State University. He is the author of Visions of a New Industrial Order: Social Science and Labor Theory in America's Progressive Era and coeditor with Larry I. Bland and Sharon R. Ritenour of The Papers of George Catlett Marshall, Volume 2.

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