Lewis L. Gould is Barker Centennial Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Texas and the author of The Modern American Presidency, Reform and Regulation, and, most recently, Grand Old Party. He lives in Austin, Texas.
"Straightforward and unsentimental; no one can accuse Gould of falling in love with his subject."
Gould (Grand Old Party
, 2003, etc.) provides a judgmental history of the 21st-century U.S. Senate.
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"Quite lluminating, and at times even entertaining (as when Gould offers his take on the four presidents most representative of the GOP's core). Just the thing for the 2004 election."