The Elections of 1789 & 1792 and the Administration of George Washington
Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Fred L. Israel, David J. Frent
Mason Crest Publishers, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
The 15 volumes in the series Major Presidential Elections, and the administrations that followed, take an in-depth look at the most important, influential, and interesting presidential campaigns in American history. The books, compiled under the editorial leadership of Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, jr., feature a long essay on the election as well as an annotated selection of important letters, speeches, policy statements, and other documents related to the presidential administration. The books are lavishly illustrated with color photographs of campaign-related paraphernalia, showing how the presidential candidates delivered their messages to the voters.
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