The American Presidents: Critical Essays

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Melvin I. Urofsky
Taylor & Francis, May 4, 2000 - History - 550 pages
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The American Presidents: Critical Essays^E is a collection of articles that analyze and evaluate the presidential careers of the men who have occupied the office since its inception in 1789. In this volume, the leading presidential historians in the United States offer insights into what makes a president great, mediocre, or in the case of most of them, something in between.

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Melvin I. Urofsky is a professor of history at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. The author and editor of more than two dozen books and over one hundred articles, he edited the multi-volume Letters of Louis D. Brandeis(1972-1978) with David W. Levy. he is also the author of The Supreme Court Justices: A Biographical Dictionary(Garland, 1994) and of Division and Discord: The Supreme Court under Stone and Vinson, 1941-1953 (1997).

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