For Hell and a Brown Mule - Caroline H. Keith

For Hell and a Brown Mule

By Caroline H. Keith

  • Release Date - Published: 1991-09-06
  • Book Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Author: Caroline H. Keith
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President Franklin Roosevelt loathed him. Columnist Drew Pearson savaged him in print. Joe McCarthy was determined to destroy him. But the target of those men—from opposite ends of the political spectrum—gave as good as he got. Senator Millard E. Tyding's rise from humble beginnings to international prominence was the stuff of Horatio Algers legends. Career-longefforts to sidestep or out-maneuver his numerous political rivals infuriated many state leaders who accused him of emulating Machiavelli. This book is a richly textured, a warm, deep human book that tells a fascinating personal story. It is a masterful and intelligent portrait of a controversial figure in American history.

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