Heflin, James

Heflin, James (Thomas)

(1869–1951) U.S. representative/senator; born in Louina, Ala. A lawyer and state representative, he filled vacancies in the U.S. House of Representatives (Dem., Ala.; 1904–20) and the Senate (1920–31), afterward working for the Federal government in Alabama.
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