A Twentieth-century American fiction article writer, he is most widely known for his 1959 book, Advise and Consent, which received the Pulitzer Award in 1960. Ahead of pursuing a profession being a novelist, he offered in the U.S. Military simply because an infantry soldier. He gained a Sigma Delta Chi Prize from the Culture of Professional Journalists for his editorial composing. He was a descendant of Hugh Drury and Lydia Grain. He never wedded. He respected the political profession of Robert Taft.
|1||Newspaper correspondent who became fulltime novelist. His first novel, "Advise and Consent," won the 1960 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.|
|Advise & Consent||1962||novel|
|Advise & Consent||1962||technical adviser|
|The Merv Griffin Show||1963||TV Series||Himself|
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