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Look Back: Hart descendant's letter bears famous name

The Hartsville Vidette
The letter in our archives is addressed “Dear Col. Reaves,” and it is signed by none other than the distinguished Cordell Hull. In 1908, Hull was merely a member of Tennessee's Congressional delegation. But he would go on to become the Secretary of ...

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The Feudist & the Liberal: Senators McKellar & Kefauver

The knoxville focus
His power was enormous and the senator and Cordell Hull had even managed to install a Tennessean as the territorial governor of Hawaii on one occasion. McKellar was enraged when President Truman refused to reappoint Reed Sharp as U. S. Marshall for ...

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EDITOR'S 2 CENTS: President's soft on Russia, hard on press? Must be FDR

Daily Inter Lake
When Drew Pearson, the most popular columnist of the day (think pre-TV Bill O'Reilly), wrote a piece in August 1943 alleging that Secretary of State Cordell Hull was “anti-Russian,” Roosevelt exploded in a press conference. In the words of columnist ...

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How One State Outsourcing Move Benefited a Haslam Donor

Nashville Scene
Over the course of the now-expired contract, JLL recommended the sale of some buildings and the demolition of others (including, notoriously, the Cordell Hull building in Nashville, which was spared from the wrecking ball and will soon contain all ...

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