This kind of backstabbing should have gone to its grave with hoover 40 years ago.
hoover, FDR, Kennedy, Nixon, and LBJ each won presidential primaries as write-in candidates.
But after hoover divulged his smears to LBJ, the offer was quickly withdrawn.
Because hoover knew such tidbits, no president would fire him.
He is also the Virginia Hobbs Carpenter Fellow in Journalism at Stanford's hoover Institution.
They were going to see hoover's father, was the apparent explanation, and it boded ill.
"We was thinkin' o' 'Serafina Ann,'" said Mrs. hoover with more gravity.
Foul language on part of boy or man was something he abhorred, and hoover had been reported more than once.
And especially Mr. hoover, who was forty-five, fat, flush and foolish.
Herrick lay in the long grass of the wooded lot, against the wall of the hoover place.
proprietary name for a make of vacuum cleaner (patented 1927); sometimes used generally for "vacuum cleaner." As a verb, meaning "to vacuum," from 1926, in the company’s advertising.
[1980s+; fr the Hoover2 vacuum cleaner]