The Senate: 1789-1989
Senator Robert Byrd commemorated 200 years of Senate history in his recent book, The Senate: 1789-1989. The book consists of speeches Senator Byrd delivered on the floor of the Senate about its history. Senator Byrd includes stories about senators such as Daniel Webster and Henry Clay as well as his personal experiences with Presidents Johnson and Nixon. close
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Robert C. Byrd U.S. Senator [D] West Virginia
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