Theodore E. Burton, American statesman / by Forrest Crissey.

[1st ed.].. Cleveland, [Ohio] : World Pub. Company [1956] .

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Subjects Burton, Theodore E. (Theodore Elijah), 1851-1929.
Description 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date [1956]
Summary Biography of an Ohio senator, influential in American public life from the time of Theodore Roosevelt to that of Herbert Hoover.
Contents Torch-bearers : gift-bearers -- Theodore : town crier of Civil War news -- Student and early law days -- The European education of Mr. Burton -- Burton's maiden Congressional campaign : 1888 -- Burton's Congressional baptism : "the famous Fifty-First Congress" -- The pork barrel produces a statesman -- An unhappy politician -- "The temptation" of 1897 -- Starting the twentieth century -- Burton writes a book on prosperity cycles -- Lock horns with Hanna -- Rough riding with "T.R." : 1904 -- "Jacta est alea" : "let 'er go gallagher" -- At last : a senator! -- Burton's great waterways dream -- Burton on banking and currency -- Senate filibuster -- The Burton blues -- An adventure in Presidential politics -- Out of step in Wall Street -- Again an unofficial ambassador -- House mentor and floor free lance -- On the Foreign Debt Commission -- America's busiest "old man" -- Moonlight reminiscences -- Borton sponsors Hoover -- Burton's great peace party -- Passing of a statesman.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)420347
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WorldCat Identities Crissey, Forrest, 1864-1943.
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