"Of 'Sons' and Their 'Grandsons'," The New York Times, July 7, 1980.
Excerpt: WASHINGTON–Once upon a time, before the Coming of the New Deal, there was a group of Republican Senators who were not sound men on subjects such as the High Tariff. Their names were well-enough known– Johnson of California, Norris of Nebraska, La Follette of Wisconsin, Shipstead of Minnesota–but you might say their families were not. They were definitely Western, arguably Populists, and assuredly Not Quite in the Best of Taste.
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