Benjamin Harrison: Centennial President
Benjamin Harrison was an honest, intelligent, hardworking lawyer from Indiana who became the twenty-third President of the United States. During his term in office, he signed important legislation and provided leadership in negotiating foreign policy, striving to advance the United States toward becoming a world power. The book presents an up-to-date and cogent biography of this president who is now considered one of the better presidents of the late nineteenth century.
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