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Others who served longer with him realized that Cox also had the grit and parliamentary skill to make a formidable adversary in debate. Speaker of the House Thomas Brackett Reed said, "in action he was a whole skirmish line, and has covered more movements of the Democratic party, and led it out of more parliamentary pitfalls than any of its orators and all its leaders put together. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Samuel Sullivan "Sunset" Cox. The Democratic party of the state of Ohio: a comprehensive history.

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