The American president

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Riverhead Books, 1999 - History - 481 pages
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"Our goal is to help readers see the presidency afresh . . . By looking at the variety of individuals who have held the high office . . . we tell an extremely human story . . . unfolding history of a vital American institution."--the authors. 800 illustrations, photos. PBS series set for 2000.

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Good book covering presidents 1 -41 (Washington to Clinton). Read full review

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This book is probably one of my most favorite books in my collection. I'm a history nut, and this book does not disappoint; it provides you with detailed information about our presidents that you might not have known, nor learned about it in school! Read full review


The Heroic Posture
PRESIDENCY James Buchanan 18571861 Avoiding Conflict
A MATTER John Quincy Adams 18251829 His Fathers Son

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About the author (1999)

Philip B. Kunhardt III is a writer-producer with Kunhardt Productions. Peter W. Kunhardt is executive producer of Kunhardt Productions. Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr. is assistant director of development at the Meserve-Kunhardt Foundation. Along with their father, the late Philip B. Kunhardt, Jr., Philip and Peter are coauthors of "Lincoln: An Illustrated Biography," "Looking for Lincoln "will be the companion volume to a four-hour PBS special of the same name to be aired in the winter of 2009. The Kunhardts are based in Chappaqua, New York.

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