America's vice-presidents: our first forty-three vice-presidents and how they got to be number two

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Atheneum, 1984 - History - 235 pages
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Examines the office of the vice-president whose roles have included many fascinating--and repellent--characters, including scholars, scoundrels, drunkards, thieves, womanizers, and one murderer

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Contents

His Royal Rotundity
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A Biographers Dream
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An Early New York Boss
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Copyright

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