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Hoo·ver

(hū'vĕr),
Charles F., U.S. physician, 1865-1927. See: Hoover sign.
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Intended to partly fill the absence of Hoover biography over the past two decades, the editor and contributors have achieved a balanced and nuanced account in a relatively small number of pages.
Hendrick Booraem V finds the young Hoover foreshadowing, albeit in rough form, the older man.
Hoover will remain arguably the most challenging and significant subject of American political biography of the twentieth century.
The company's namesake is its founder Gary Hoover, the entrepreneur who started the Bookstop superstore chain that was later purchased by Barnes and Noble.