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Hubert Humphrey : the conscience of the country / Arnold A. Offner.

Offner, Arnold A., (author.).

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 453-466) and index.
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A new star is born -- The people's mayor -- The next senator from Minnesota -- Lonely, bitter, and broke in the Senate -- Confrontation and cooperation -- Prominence and courtship -- The price of leadership -- Liberal without apology -- Candidate in orbit, 1958-1960 -- The insider as outsider -- Tragedy and triumph -- The best man in America -- LBJ versus HHH: the great society and Vietnam -- Humphrey's Vietnam wars -- Northwest's passage -- Last man in -- The siege of Chicago -- Battling the torrents--and Johnson -- Resurrection and defeat -- A time for everything -- The conscience of the country.
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Hubert Humphrey was one of the great liberal leaders of postwar American politics, yet because he never made it to the Oval Office he has been largely overlooked by biographers. His career encompassed three well-known high points: the civil rights speech at the 1948 Democratic Convention that risked his political future; his shepherding of the 1964 Civil Rights Act through the Senate; and his near-victory in the 1968 presidential election, one of the angriest and most divisive in the country's history.
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In English.
Subject: Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978.
Elections > United States > History.
United States > Politics and government > 1945-1989.

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