American Democratic politician who served like a Senator from Oklahoma from 1937 to 1943. He also led the general public speaking department in the College or university of Oklahoma. He acquired his undergraduate level from the College or university of Oklahoma and gained a graduate level in political technology from Columbia College or university and a regulation level from Cumberland College of Regulation in Tennessee. He authored several books, including How exactly to Hold an Viewers With out a Rope as well as the Fight of Cognac. He was created in Childersburg, Alabama, but spent a lot of his existence in Norman, Oklahoma where he possessed a plantation. He was an admirer and modern of U.S. Chief executive Franklin D. Roosevelt.