Thomas J. Walsh: A Senator from Montana

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THOMAS J. WALSH
A Senator from Montana

by JOSEPHINE O'KEANE

MARSHALL JONES COMPANY Publishers FRANCESTOWN NEW HAMPSHIRE

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page vii
  • Preface xi
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - Charting the Course 1
  • 2 - Sand Dunes of Youth 5
  • 3 - An Incredible Era 13
  • 4 - Bryanism 25
  • 5 - Copper Bound 33
  • 6 - The Voter Decides 41
  • 7 - The Troubled Years 53
  • 8 - An Irresistible Element 67
  • 9 - Not Peace but the Sword 77
  • 10 - National Honor 93
  • 11 - The Teapot Brews 109
  • 12 - Ominous Shadows 121
  • 13 - The National Drama Of Infamous Swindle 129
  • 14 - A Prolonged And Bitter Convention 149
  • 15 - Speeches and Campaign Funds 163
  • 16 - The Way of the Transgressor 175
  • 17 - Trailing the Missing Liberty Bonds 183
  • 18 - Foreign and Domestic Relations 193
  • 19 - The Three P's 203
  • 20 - The Depression of 1929 215
  • 21 - Recompense 227
  • 22 - Chicago -- 1932 237
  • 23 - A New Deal for The American People 251
  • 24 - The Modern Rip Van Winkle 263
  • 25 - The President-Elect 271
  • 26 - I Have Fought the Good Fight: I Have Finished My Course 281
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