Tina and Hillary cover Senator James Turner and Alice Roosevelt Longworth.
James Turner began his political career as a county commissioner before moving into a New Jersey house and then senate member in 1972. BUT, when he sets out to destroy a political rival, he destroys his career instead.
President Teddy Roosevelt had a reputation for being a cowboy and a man of action. BUT it’s his daughter, Alice, who wins the public’s affection and attention.
James M Turner
The New York Times
Ex‐Jersey Senator Is Indicted On Bribe and Perjury Charges--by Jospeh Sullivan
Legislative Candidates Fighting Apathy--by Joseph Sullivan
Senator Turns Himself In on Plot Charge--by Ronald Sullivan
Turner Convicted in Drug Conspiracy--by Walter H. Waggoner
TURNER JURY TOLD RAID WAS ORDERED--by Walter H. Waggoner
A Witness Links Turner To Plot to Frame Gewertz--by Walter H. Waggoner
Longworth, Alice Roosevelt
Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Teddy Roosevelt’s Unruly Daughter Alice Caused Havo-c During Her Time In The White House--from Star News 365 via YouTube
The Washington Post
At 90, Alice Roosevelt Longworth didn’t care who she offended in this mean, funny 1974 interview--by Sally Quinn
Alice Roosevelt--from Library of Congress via Public Domain
Alice's Wedding--via Live Journal
Alice Roosevelt at 90--by Linda Wheeler via The Washington Post
The White House
Alice Roosevelt Longworth: Presidential Daughter and American Celebrity--by Lina Mann