- Ernest,1881–1951, British labor leader: foreign minister 1941–51.
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Is an out-of-state, no-name bell maker like Bevin really going to knock off the Senate minority leader?Right-Wing PACs' Formula: Lose Races, Rake In the Cash
August 14, 2014
He also heavily outspent Bevin and went ferociously negative.Tea Party Loses Key Battles, But Is Winning The War
May 21, 2014
But perhaps the main reason Bevin never found any traction is because McConnell was prepared and waiting for him.
Bevin spent $1 million more than Mourdock did in defeating Richard Lugar, the former senator from Indiana.
Despite stepping on a series of land mines, Bevin fought like a tiger.
- Ernest . 1881–1951, British Labour statesman and trade unionist, who was largely responsible for the creation of the Transport and General Workers' Union (1922): minister of labour (1940–45); foreign secretary (1945–51)