Advise and Consent - Part III: Brigham Anderson’s Book Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 – Spring is in the air. The tourists begin arriving. The news carries progress of the Soviet space program. Anderson considers how to go about planting his backyard garden, unable to shut out thoughts about the Soviet space program or Leffingwell for long. His mind is also on James Morton and the decision to reconvene the subcommittee. Despite the troubles he and the country face, Anderson is glad to be alive.

Chapter 2 – Anderson reflects on his life, being born into a prominent Salt Lake family, having a good physique, being popular with girls though finding it difficult to find the one. He reflects on spending time in the Air Force in World War II after college, receiving a leave he spent in Hawaii, and going into law and politics after the war. He married a shy, plain girl named...

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