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E664.B819 .L5 : Brandeis; the personal history of an American ideal / by Alfred Lief.  1936 1
E664.B819 M33 : The Brandeis way; a case study in the workings of democracy.  1938 1
E664.B819 U7 : A mind of one piece; Brandeis and American reform / by Melvin I. Urofsky.  1971 1
E664.B856 W4 : Benjamin Helm Bristow, border state politician / Ross A. Webb.  1969 1
E664.B8563 S2 : Joseph L. Bristow: Kansas progressive / A. Bower Sageser.  1968 1
E664.B87 C55   3
E664.B87 .H3 : The life of William Jennings Bryan / by Genevieve Forbes Herrick and John Origen Herrick.  1925 1
E664.B87 H6 : The peerless leader, William Jennings Bryan / by Paxton Hibben, introduction by Charles A. Beard.  1929 1
E664.B87 L4 : Defender of the faith: William Jennings Bryan ; the last decade, 1915-1925 Lawrence W. Levine.  1965 1
E664.B87 W5 : Bryan / by M. R. Werner.  1929 1
E664.B87 W6 : William Jennings Bryan and the campaign of 1896.  1953 1
E664.C22 B6 1974 : Tyrant from Illinois; Uncle Joe Cannon's experiment with personal power.  1974 1
E664.C22 B9 : Uncle Joe Cannon; the story of a pioneer American / as told to L. White Busbey, for 20 years his private secretary.  1927 1
E664.C75 C7 : The life and letters of Roscoe Conkling, orator, statesman, advocate. / By Alfred R. Conkling ...  1889 1
E664.C8 C8   2
E664.C8 L5 : "Sunset" Cox, irrepressible Democrat.  1959 1
E664.C8 L54 : Sunset Cox, leader of Lincoln's loyal opposition, 1861-1865.    1
E664.C8 L544 : "Sunset" Cox, Ohio's champion of compromise in the seccession crisis of 1860-1861.  1953 1
E664.C8 U5 : Memorial addresses on the life and character of Samuel Sullivan Cox, (a representative from New York), delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, Fifty-first Congress, first session.  1890 1
E664.D283 .H8 : The life of John W. Davis / by Theodore A. Huntley; edited, with a compilation of speeches, by Horace Green.  1924 1
E664.D4 D384 : Chauncey Mitchell Depew, the orator; his education in oratory, his early speeches, his views on the theory of public speaking, and a collection of his hitherto unpublished addresses / by Willard Hayes Yeager ...  1934 1
E664.D68 R5 : Ignatius Donnelly : the portrait of a politician / by Martin Ridge.  1962 1
E664.F52 N44   2
E664.F69 F6   2
E664.F743 D48 : John W. Foster : politics and diplomacy in the imperial era, 1873-1917 / by Michael J. Devine.  1981 1
E664.G73 N5 : Henry W. Grady, spokesman of the new South / by Raymond B. Nixon.  1943 1
E664.H2 S8 : Resurgent Republicanism; the handiwork of Hanna.  1963 1
E664.H24 C9 : Marcus Alonzo Hanna ; his life and work / by Herbert Croly.  1912 1
E664 .H24 U51 : Marcus A. Hanna (late a senator from Ohio). : Memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and House of representatives / second session of the Fifty-eighth Congress.  1904 1
E664.H41 C55 1975 : John Hay : the gentleman as diplomat / Kenton J. Clymer.  1975 1
E664.H41 D3 : John Hay : from poetry to politics / by Tyler Dennett ...  1933 1
E664.H41 K87 : John Milton Hay : the union of poetry and politics / Howard I. Kushner and Anne Hummel Sherrill.  1977 1
E664 .H41 .T37   4
E664.H49 .U5 : Memorial addresses on the life and character of Thomas A. Hendricks (vice-president of the United States), delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, Forty-ninth Congress, first session ...  1886 1
E664.H773 .B6   2
E664.L16 D6 : The La Follettes and the Wisconsin idea.  1947 1
E664.L16 L13   2
E664.L16 L16 : La Follette's autobiography : a personal narrative of political experiences / by Robert M. La Follette ...  1913 1
E664.L16 M28 : La Follette. / Edited by Robert S. Maxwell.  1969 1
E664.L16 M3 : La Follette and the rise of the Progressives in Wisconsin.  1956 1
E664.L63 G6 : Robert Todd Lincoln: a man in his own right / by John S. Goff.  1968 1
E664.L673 D36 : Prince of carpetbaggers.  1974 1
E664.L7 S3 : The gentleman from Massachusetts: Henry Cabot Lodge / by Karl Schriftgiesser.  1944 1
E664.L7 W45   2
E664.L83 .D2 : Life and services of Gen. John A. Logan, as soldier and statesman / by George Francis Dawson ... pub. by subscription only.  1887 1
E664.M154 .U5 : William B. McKinley. Memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and House of representatives of the United States in memory of William B. McKinley, late a senator from Illinois. Sixty-ninth Congress. Proceedings in the Senate. February 27, 1927. Proceedings in the House. February 6, 1927.  1927 1
E664 .M365 .M36 : Recollections of Thomas R. Marshall, vice-president and Hoosier Philosopher; a Hoosier salad.  1925 1
E664.M573 H8 : George von Lengerke Meyer; his life and public services / by M. A. De Wolfe Howe ...  1919 1
E664.M6 F25 : Mr. Justice Miller and the Supreme Court, 1862-1890 / by Charles Fairman.  1939 1
E664.O45 E33 : Richard Olney: evolution of a statesman / Gerald G. Eggert.  1974 1
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