This is the story of Governor Hodges's years in the statehouse, told in his own words. It is lively, forceful, and honest--like the man himself. It is particularly relevant to the concept that states' rights should be regarded as a challenge to make state government honest, responsible, and forward looking.
Originally published in 1962.
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