Sons Followed 60's Era Senators To Chamber

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/7/2013, p12
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The article reports on the political succession among senators in the U.S. including Bob Bennett, Chris Dodd and Al Simpson. It notes that their lineage particularly their fathers is the reason on their prominence in the Senate and could be that of their attributes, personalities and looks. It discusses the historical background of former politicians who were compared to their successors including Wallace Bennett, Milward Simpson and Thomas Dodd.


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