Coming apart at the seams
Oval office polarization

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Brooks was among the last links to an era when Democrats dominated Texas politics and was the last of “Mr. Sam’s Boys,” protégés of fellow Texan and legendary 21-year Democratic House Speaker Sam Rayburn in the state’s congressional delegation.

Dick - My only regret during the 90's was that we could not have spent more time learning from you and you learning about the wireless PR team. I think we could have better complemented the organization had we collaborated more, It was very interesting watching events unfold on our end and reading how things came to be on your end.

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