La Follette


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La Fol·lette

 (lə fŏl′ət), Robert Marion Known as "Fighting Bob." 1855-1925.
American politician and reformer who served as a US senator from Wisconsin (1906-1925). In 1924 he ran unsuccessfully for president on the Progressive Party ticket.

La Fol•lette

(lə ˈfɒl ɪt)
n.
Robert Marion, 1855–1925, U.S. politician.
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Butler was also among those calling for the expulsion of La Follette from the Senate: "Why, you might just as well put poison in the food of every boy that goes to his transport as to permit that man to talk as he does."
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"Fighting Bob" La Follette. Elected governor of Wisconsin on his third try in 1900 over the frantic opposition of the state's rail, timber, and banking interests,
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