Andrew Johnson: Seventeenth President of the United States
Students will appreciate this clear, straightforward presentation. The chapters are organized chronologically with numerous illustrations to enhance the text. During his administration, Johnson was criticized for using his veto power, battling with Congress on the enactment of new bills. The result was an impeachment trial, at which Johnson was acquitted. Chronology of American History & index. Part of the Encyclopedia of Presidents series.
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