This text offers a concise single-volume survey of presidential scandals in the United States that looks at the behaviour and public image of every president from George Washington to Bill Clinton. The scandals covered include Franklin Pierce's drunkenness and JFK's extra-marital affairs.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
accused Adams administration affair allegations American Andrew Andrew Jackson Andrew Johnson appointed army Arthur asked attorney bank became began bill Bill Clinton Buchanan Buren Bush cabinet campaign candidate Carter claimed Clinton committee Congress congressional contracts Coolidge corruption Court critics Daugherty December Democratic Democratic-Republicans Eisenhower election executive Executive Privilege federal Ford fraud funds Garfield George governor Grant Hamilton Harrison Hayes Hippocrene Books Hoover House Scandals impeachment indicted investigation issued Jackson James James Buchanan Jefferson John Johnson Justice Department Kansas Kennedy land later letter Lincoln Martin Van Buren ment million Monroe National newspapers Nixon nomination party Paula Jones percent political presidential Presidents to Charges Reagan reelection refused Republican resigned Richard Nixon Roosevelt secretary served story Teapot Dome tion told Treasury Truman U.S. Senate U.S. Steel vice president vote Washington Whig White House William Wilson York
All Book Search results »
Political Corruption in America: An Encyclopedia of Scandals, Power, and Greed
No preview available - 2003