The Great Investigator 1930-1933
The three things a Tammany leader most dreaded were, in the
ascending order of repulsiveness, the penitentiary, honest industry,
Edwin L. Godkin, The Nation
Samuel Seabury is the most terrifying biographer that Tammany has
had in modern times.
Walter Lippmann, the New York Herald Tribune
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Book title: The Man Who Rode the Tiger:The Life and Times of Judge Samuel Seabury.
Contributors: Herbert Mitgang - Author.
Place of publication: Philadelphia.
Publication year: 1963.
Page number: 157.
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