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|Wilson and Hughes.40 Finally, Robins saw the Republican party as a more |
effective long-range force for progressive reform. Mr. Wilson was not the choice of
the rank and file of the Democratic voters nor was he the choice of the
Democratic ... leadership on the inside of the convention nominated Mr. Wilson
over Mr. Clark who was the choice of the Democratic voters in the ... Officeholder
could carry out basic reforms within the limits established by the boss- and
|He ousted Thompson by cobbling together a coalition of loosely allied white |
ethnic groups in the 1930 mayoral election. ... ties between blacks and the party
of Lincoln, punished Republican Party operatives, and worked to better discipline
the Democratic Party's ... Edward Kelly, Chicago's Commissioner of Sanitation,
was hand-picked by Democratic Party boss and close Cermak operative, Tom
|Still unwilling, or unable, to shake a demeanor best described as flippant, he |
joined the Democratic Party, claiming that he was disenchanted with the fatcat
complacency of the New York Republicans. ... an underdog in what was
traditionally a Republican venue, FDR was aggressive in his attacks on his
opponent, Senator John Schlosser, accusing him of being a stooge of
Republican Party bosses.
|MILLIONAIRE REPUBLICANS OWN, DEMOCRATS RENT Lincoln was not great |
because he was born in a log cabin, but because ... big government, big
entitlement programs, the land-lord, the union leader, the local Democratic Party
|Harold F. Bass Jr. 112 ~ FLYNN, EDWARD J. the dominant Democratic-|
Republican Party. He served six terms and gravitated toward the new Democratic
Party led by Andrew Jackson. ... In that capacity, he became known nationally as
the boss of the Bronx. Flynn became a key ... After Roosevelt's death, Flynn
returned to the Bronx and his abiding party leadership responsibilities there.
FOLEY, THOMAS ...
|leadership. encourage. you. to. run". Mfume: "Some of the party bosses thought |
this could be. Steele, 47, doesn't often ... With a general election battle looming
against the winner of the September Democratic primary, where the field is led ...
He was in Las Vegas attending what he called a long scheduled GOP fundraiser.
|He had led the party since 1923 and was the archetype of a southern Republican |
boss, maintaining his grip on power by doling out patronage positions to party
workers who did not challenge his leadership. One Texas reporter referred to him
|the Republicans he would need a southern leader, a symbol, who would change |
affiliation from Democrat to ... white southern conservatives that their interests, the
interests of the South, and the interests of the Republican party were all three ...
|After 1936, he became even more dependent on machine-controlled political |
support to secure his renomination and re-election in 1940 and 1944, when
many non-southern WASP voters returned to the Republican party.4 By relying
on the bosses to maintain his electoral support, ... he needed the political support
of notorious bosses like Hague in order to remain in office and to help elect
Democrats to ...
|Democratic Party, and opposite them, an aggrieved and intransigent Republican |
Party. He tried to broker a cross-party consensus on his economic stimulus plan
but this was scotched by his opponents, so he fell back on his power base, which
... We have already seen how BP boss Tony Hayward appeared to fail to grasp
the challenge - seeing it as a technical problem rather than a social drama, which