Henry Cabot Lodge

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Henry Cabot Lodge

By John A. Garraty
Knopf, 1953
433 pp. $6.00

A scholarly and fair biography of one of twentieth century America's most controversial Senators. Of chief interest, of course, is the story of the dramatic struggle over the League and the bitter, stubborn conflict between Lodge and President Wilson. At a number of points the book includes marginal comments by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., in defense of his grandfather's position.

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