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Introduction -- Joe Bailey -- John Nance Garner -- Sam Rayburn -- John W. McCormack -- Sam Rayburn's boys: who will lead? -- Back to Boston: Tip O'Neill -- Jim Wright: the last Texan -- Conclusion: the impact of the Austin-Boston alliance on House politics -- Notes -- Index.
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For the more than fifty years that Democrats controlled the U.S. House of Representatives, leadership was divided between Massachusetts and Texas. The Austin-Boston Connection analyzes the importance of the friendships (especially mentor-protAgA relationships) and enmiAties within congressional delegations, regional affinities, and the lynchpin practice of appointing the Democratic Whip.
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