Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Senator Thomas D. Schall

"It has been observed of many of the early twentieth century progressives that it was difficult to say whether they were on the far left or the far right or both simultaneously, but you were safe to identify them as radical, whichever political directions the wind took at the moment," writes G. Daniel Harden of the man who "transformed from a fairly innocent Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican into a non-interventionist in foreign policy and a defender of smaller and less intrusive government on the domestic side" — The Blind Senator from Minnesota.

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