''Cockier than Newt Gingrich, harsher than Keith Olbermann, stranger than Johnny Depp, John Randolph was also, David Johnson argues, a man of consistent small-government principle. The wildest card of early nineteenth-century politics finds a thorough and sympathetic biographer.'' --Richard Brookhiser, author of James Madison
About the Author
David Johnson is deputy attorney general for the state of Virginia.