Amidst the Fray : My Life in Politics, Culture, and Mississippi
Amidst the Fray: My Life in Politics, Culture, and Mississippi by William D. Billy Mounger with Joseph L. Maxwell, is a firsthand account of state and national political scandals such as the internal conflict of Republicans at the 1976 GOP national convention, the cloud of controversy surrounding former Mississippi Governor Bill Allain and Congressman Jon Hinson, and an inside look at the Watergate cover-up by the Nixon White House staff. Mounger documents his role in President Ronald Reagan's rise to power and how the Mississippi GOP regained momentum against the Democratic stronghold. US Senator Trent Lott said, I consider myself one of the first generations of progeny of Billy Mounger's Republican generation.
- Hardback | 480 pages
- 160 x 231.1 x 38.1mm | 975.23g
- 30 Sep 2006
- Quail Ridge Press
- United States