During the thirty years he held public office, Henry Cabot Lodge was one of the most powerful Republicans in Washington D.C. This engaging memoir provides an insightful look at Lodge's early years and influences, his education at Harvard, friends and family, and the events that shaped his life before he entered public servicesuch as his time in the Civil War, journey to Europe, and time as editor of The North American Review.
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BARNES & NOBLE
May 23, 2011
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