The American president
"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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Review: The American PresidentUser Review - Nancy S - Goodreads
This textbook was downright hard to read. Interesting subject matter just presented in a boring way. This book works better than a sleeping pill on restless nights. Read full review
Review: The American President: The Human Drama of Our Nation's Highest OfficeUser Review - Goodreads
It was interesting to read about ALL the presidents (up to Clinton). I loved seeing all the photos & other pictures, as well as the sidebars about the First Ladies. After reading this, one president that left me wanting more was James Garfield. He seemed like a really decent guy!
The Heroic Posture
PRESIDENCY James Buchanan 18571861 Avoiding Conflict
A MATTER John Quincy Adams 18251829 His Fathers Son
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