The Era of Change: Executives and Events in a Period of Rapid Expansion
This is the third book written by Bob Navarro on early American history in relation to the evolution of the American Presidency. It focuses on the actions of the chief executives and the events that occurred during a period of rapid change in the United States that occurred before the Civil War.
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