By Michael E. Parrish
---Melvin I. Urofsky, Professor of legislation and Public coverage, Virginia Commonwealth University
"Michael Parrish has captured the lifetime of this nice civil libertarian in fabulous style. His biography of this lively New Deal liberal weaves without problems among private and non-private, good friend and foe, victory and defeat. With Parrish as a yes consultant, Citizen Rauh transports the reader via an American background that starts off with Sacco and Vanzetti and ends as he battles CIA skullduggery within the Nineteen Eighties. This biography can be in your shelf and on your heart."
---Nelson Lichtenstein, MacArthur starting place Professor of historical past and Director of the heart for the learn of labor, hard work, and Democracy, collage of California, Santa Barbara
"Michael Parrish has formed a biography packed with Rauh's spirit, achievements, his losses, and notably, the significance of his presence. this can be a awesome account of a big of past due twentieth century political and criminal affairs."
---Stanley Kutler, E. Gordon Fox Professor Emeritus of yank associations, heritage, and legislations, collage of Wisconsin, Madison
---Daniel Scroop, college of Sheffield
Jacket picture: Joseph L. Rauh Jr. with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Courtesy of the property of Olie W. Rauh.
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