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John A. Farrell
Booknotes, Sunday, May 20, 2001
John A. Farrell discusses Tip O'Neill and the Democratic Century.

The definitive biography of Thomas Philip Tip O'Neill, the greatest post-War Speaker of the House, and the rise and decline of Democratic politics from an award-winning political reporter. To read John A. Farrell's account of Tip O'Neill is to take a walk through the greatest moments of post-World War II American politics. O'Neill's career began with the start of the New Deal, and his final foe was Newt Gingrich. From the Melting Pot to Watergate, Tip saw it all, and was no mere bystander to the turmoil of his times. No governor, member of congress, president, or any Democratic leader witnessed so many of his party's historic triumphs and failures. —from the publisher (timspalding)… (more)
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