Lewis Gould

Emeritus Professor of History, University of Texas at Austin

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Emeritus Professor of History and Fellow of the Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin; author of The William Howard Taft Presidency and Reform and Regulation: American Politics from Roosevelt to Wilson

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