5 edition of Thurlow Weed, wizard of the lobby found in the catalog.
Thurlow Weed, wizard of the lobby
Glyndon G. Van Deusen
Bibliography: p. -393.
|Statement||by Glyndon G. Van Deusen.|
|Series||The American scene, A Da Capo Press reprint series.|
|LC Classifications||E415.9.W39 V3 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 403 p.|
|Number of Pages||403|
|LC Control Number||73087698|
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The inclusive biography of incorruptible boss Thurlow Weed, first a politician and then a journalist, the man who gained iron-clad control of the Whig Party and nominated its presidents. He started his career as a journeyman, became editor and later owner of the Rochester Telegram, when he gained prominence in the anti-Regency and anti-Mason wizard of the lobby book, but reached the height of his influence.
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Includes. Glyndon G. Van Deusen is composed of 10 names. After Dr. Van Deusen was a research professor emeritus. He is the author of many historical books including: Sieves, His Life and His Nationalism (), The Life of Henry Clay (), Thurlow Weed: Wizard of the Lobby (), Horace Greeley: Nineteenth Century Crusader (), The Jacksonian Era, ‑ (), and William Henry.
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Bruchey. Garrison, Curtis W., ed. Guide to the Microfilm Edition of James. Started by Thurlow Weed on March 22,the Journal started as an Anti-Masonic paper, then became an influential Whig paper, and served Weed throughout his life. It marked Weed's coming out from provincial, western New York State politics, as he rose to become a state power.
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