5 edition of Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||Jesse H. Jones (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
"A pleasant man in Washington, with a pleasant smile," remarked Virginia's Carter Glass at a dinner of the Southern Society of New York in Manhattan last week, "once called me an unreconstructed rebel." The pleasant man, said Senator Glass, dropping the cloak of implication, was Franklin Roosevelt. CARTER GLASS STILL PLAYS A REBEL ROLE; The Virginia Senator Speaks Frankly at the White House And Believes the President Appreciates Criticism .
Carter Glass sponsored important banking laws of the twentieth century, among them the glass-steagall acts of and (48 Stat. ). He wrote and sponsored the legislation that established the Federal Reserve System in He was also a key player in making amendments to the system during the decades following its establishment. Get this from a library! Wall Streeters: the creators and corruptors of American finance. [Edward L Morris] -- The financial collapse, the expansion of corporate and private wealth, the influence of money in politics - many of Wall Street's contemporary trends can be .
The elder Falwell often used a Franklin Roosevelt quote when giving tours, calling Glass the “last unreconstructed rebel.” “Dad got a kick out of telling people that,” he said. A marble mantle that was in the U.S. Capitol, and which was also in the Carter Glass Mansion in the s, is now back at home in the mansion's dining room.
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Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel: A Biography Paperback – Septem by Jr. James E. Palmer (Author), Jesse H. Jones (Foreword) out of 5 stars 1 rating4/5(1). Carter Glass (January 4, – ) was an American newspaper publisher and Democratic politician from Lynchburg, represented Virginia in both houses of Congress and served as the United States Secretary of the Treasury under President Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel book played a major role in the establishment of the U.S.
financial regulatory system, Political party: Democratic. Carter Glass, unreconstructed rebel, a biography on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Carter Glass, unreconstructed rebel, a biographyManufacturer: The Institute of American Biography. Boyhood days --The business man enters politics --The studious congressman --The birth of the Federal Reserve --The chairman of banking and currency --The cabinet --He enters the senate --Glass' secretaries --Senatorial battles --The peoples advocate --The old order changeth --Carter Glass, statesman --Unreconstructed rebel, the New Deal --In.
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GLASS, Carter, a Representative and a Senator from Virginia; born in Lynchburg, Campbell County, Va., January 4, ; attended private and public schools; newspaper reporter, editor and owner; member, State senatewhen he resigned; delegate to the State constitutional convention in ; elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-seventh Congress to fill the vacancy.
By Ray Hill Rixey Smith, Senator Carter Glass’s long-time Secretary, wrote a flattering biography of his boss entitled “Unreconstructed Rebel: Carter Glass” and that Glass certainly was. Indeed, it was President Franklin D.
Roosevelt himself who had labeled Glass an “unreconstructed rebel,” emphasizing the Virginian’s frequent dissents from prevailing public. "The Politics of Independence: Carter Glass and the Elections of '' South Atlantic Quarterly 80 (Winter ): ___. " `Unreconstructed Rebel': The Political Thought and Senate Career of Carter Glass, '' Ph.D.
dissertation, Vanderbilt University. Carter Glass. Carter Glass (–) Contributed by Ronald L. Heinemann. Carter Glass, a Democrat, served in the Senate of Virginia (–), as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of –, and in the U.S.
House of Representatives (–) and the U.S. Senate (–). He also served as secretary of the treasury (–) in the. Carter Glass: Unreconstructed Rebel: A Biography [Palmer, Jr. James E., Jones, Jesse H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Carter Glass 4/5(1). Carter Glass: Unreconstructed rRebel, a Biography Hardcover – January 1, by James Edward Palmer (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ HardcoverAuthor: James Edward Palmer.
Carter Glass was born just as the year began, into a newspaper family that did not back away from a fight. Robert Henry Glass, Carter's father, owned the Lynchburg Daily Republican, the dominant Democratic newspaper in southwestern Virginia.
In the summer ofwhile Robert was away on business, his associate editor, George Hardwicke. Smith details Glass’s views on voting rights in his book “Managing White Supremacy — Race, Politics and Citizenship in Jim Crow Virginia:” who called Glass an “unreconstructed rebel.
From December to February he served as Secretary of the Treasury under President Woodrow Wilson. A conservative Democrat who believed in states' rights and maintaining the white power structure, Glass was once characterized by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as an "Unreconstructed Rebel.".
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After Montview was renovated in Jr told the press how 'Dad got a kick' out of reminding visitors to the campus of FDR's description of Carter Glass as 'the last unreconstructed rebel.' As a Wise Man once said, ' Let him who is without sin cast the first stone' or to put it another way 'People in Glass houses shouldn't throw stones.'.
American National Biography; Dictionary of American Biography; Koeniger, Alfred C. “'Unreconstructed Rebel': The Political Thought and Senate Career of Carter Glass, “ Ph.D. dissertation, Vanderbilt University, ; Lyle, John O. “The United States Senate Career of Carter Glass, “.
In the case of Carter Glass (), however, matters are different. Life and Career Until Election to the Senate. Born and raised in Virginia, Glass had early memories of the Civil War and Reconstruction, these experiences shaping him into what President Franklin D.
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By Ray Hill Rixey Smith, Senator Carter Glass’s long-time Secretary, wrote a flattering biography of his boss entitled “Unreconstructed Rebel: Carter Glass” and that Glass .GLASS Carter Representative VA Senator VA 57 Representative VA Democrat 58 Representative VA Democrat 59 Representative VA Va.
American National Biography; Dictionary of American Biography; Koeniger, Alfred C. "'Unreconstructed Rebel': The Political Thought and Senate Career of Carter Glass, " Ph.D. dissertation.Glass, whom President Franklin Roosevelt would one day describe as an "unreconstructed rebel," planned not to "deprive a single white man of the ballot, but [to] inevitably cut from the existing electorate four-fifths of the Negro voters" in Virginia.