SAMUEL TALIAFERRO RAYBURN
- NEVER LEAVE THEM ANGRY. Alsop, Joseph; Kintner, Robert // Saturday Evening Post;1/18/1941, Vol. 213 Issue 29, p22
Profiles U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives Sam Rayburn in 1940s. Political background; Challenges faced by Rayburn as the Speaker of the House; Characteristics of Rayburn as a politician.
- Sam Rayburn. Dingus, Anne // Texas Monthly;Dec2000, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p248
Pays tribute to politician Sam Rayburn, who died on November 16, 1961. Educational background; Career in politics.
- Lawmaker of the Century. Ratliff, John // Texas Monthly;Dec99, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p190
Features Texas legislator Sam Rayburn.
- Rayburn of Texas. Voorhis, Jerry // New Republic;7/10/44, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p44
Presents a letter to the editor on the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn, published in this issue of the periodical.
- They're Just Crazy About Sam. Healy, Paul F. // Saturday Evening Post;11/24/1951, Vol. 224 Issue 21, p22
Features Texas congressman Sam Rayburn. Career of Rayburn in politics; Background on his romance with the House; His leadership style.
- The Century's 10 Most Influential Lawmakers. Cohen, Richard E. // National Journal;12/18/99, Vol. 31 Issue 51/52, p3612
Lists the ten legislators in the United States who played significant roles in shaping national policy, politics, or legislative operations. Representative Joseph G. Cannon (R.-Ill.); Senator Robert Wagner (D-N.Y.); Representative Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.).
- the Speaker and the Draft. Saunders, Paul // American History;Aug2001, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p42
Features United States Speaker of the House of Representatives Sam Rayburn. Career in politics; Personal life; Information on the Selective Training and Service Act passed in September 1940.
- The Last Congress. // Vital Speeches of the Day;7/15/38, Vol. 4 Issue 19, p592
Presents the text of an address by U.S. Democratic Congressional leader Samuel Rayburn, reviewing the achievements and performance of the Seventy-Fifth Congress, broadcast during the National Radio Forum on June 20, 1938.
- Great Day. // New Republic;9/2/57, Vol. 137 Issue 11, p4
The article reports that to U.S. Speaker Sam Rayburn the moment party leaders reached final agreement on a compromise civil rights bill was the most dramatic since Former U.S. President Woodrow Wilson summoned U.S. Congress to declare war in 1917. Moderates of both parties share his feeling of...