Master of the Senate: The Years of Lyndon Johnson Character Descriptions

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Lyndon Baines Johnson

From 1949 to 1960 this character learns the ropes of the Senate, identifies a path to true power, seizes it and uses it to his advantage.

Robert Gene Baker

This character is a twenty-year-old Senate page in 1949 whose hard work and hustle set him apart from his twenty-one young comrades, and he ingratiates himself to senators by anticipating their needs.

William E. Borah

This character is a Republican senator and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from Coolidge through Roosevelt.

Earl Browder

This character is the president of the American Communist Party, and is used by a Senator to tar the reputation of FPC chairman.

Horace Busby

This character is an idea man and speechwriter, and is recruited in 1948 when his editorials at a student newspaper catch a senator-elect's eye.

Ed Clark

The legendary Secret Boss lobbies for oil and gas interests in Washington in 1956.

John Connally

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