The Presidency reconsidered

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F.E. Peacock Pub. , Itasca, Ill
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StatementRichard W. Waterman, editor.
ContributionsWaterman, Richard W.
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LC ClassificationsJK516 .P655 1993
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Paginationxx, 350 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL1747418M
ISBN 100875813682
LC Control Number92061956
OCLC/WorldCa28545972

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Hitchcock pp. $35 Simon & Schuster We all know Ike, right. Had that famous campaign slogan. Hero and leader U.S. forces Author: Bob Ruggiero. Grant Reconsidered presents the historical record in a straight fowrward manner: The Grant presidency offered tremendous acomplishments- and really offered a bridge from a slave nation to a nation where all men have the same rights.

An outstanding book!!/5(11). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Presidency reconsidered. Itasca, Ill.: F.E. Peacock Pub., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. The American Vice Presidency Reconsidered by Jody Baumgartner represents a fortuitous deviation from that unfortunate trend.

Baumgartner captures both the changing nature of an ever-evolving office and the nuances of the modern vice presidency. His The Presidency reconsidered book scope covers not only the selection process and the workings of the institution Cited by: Product Information.

The Gilded Age Presidency Reconsidered is a revisionist account in which the author examines the leadership of Presidents Rutherford B. Hayes, James A.

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Garfield, Chester Arthur, and Grover Cleveland in dealing with Civil service reform, economic problems such as the tariff, and civil rights in the South. The Gilded Age Presidency Reconsidered is a revisionist account in which the author examines the leadership of Presidents Rutherford B.

Hayes, James A. Garfield, Chester Arthur, and Grover Cleveland in dealing with Civil service reform, economic problems such as the tariff, and civil rights in the work is limited to domestic affairs only, since the author Author: William L. Ketchersid.

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FRANK J. SCATURRO, President Grant Reconsidered (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, ), pp., $ cloth (ISBN ). When the name Ulysses Grant as president comes up, it almost always is coupled with the word corruption. Since the office of the vice presidency of the United States has evolved into a fundamentally different institution than the one the founders envisioned, attracting better-qualified aspirants who may be called upon to perform a variety of important tasks.

This book offers a corrective to Price: $ President Grant Reconsidered shatters myths about America's 18th president. From inside the book.

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The Carter Presidency Reconsidered compelling reasons why this is a good time to reassess the presidency of Jimmy Carter. out in Stuart Eizenstat’s splendid and thorough new book. The American Vice Presidency Reconsidered.

by Jody C. Baumgartner. Examines the 19 men and one woman who were vice presidents or vice-presidential candidates of one of the two major political parties sincethrough a synthetic exploration of the evolving role of the vice president.

An excellent study of the Grant Administration. The author presents a strong case that the low assessment of Grant's presidency ultimately derives not from historical analysis but from a blind reliance upon contemporary writers, almost all of whom hated the president/5. Scaturro has published a number of books and articles in his areas of specialty, including The Supreme Court's Retreat from Reconstruction (), an exploration of 13th, 14th, and 15th - Amendment jurisprudence, a well as in history and politics, where his publications include President Grant Reconsidered (), a reassessment of U.S.

Grant's. Richard Nixon at the White House, J (Photo: Yoichi Okamoto / LBJ Library) In this interview with Al Carroll, author of President’s Body Counts: The Twelve Worst and Four Best American Presidents Based on How Many Lived or Died Because of Their Actions, US presidents are reviewed on a wholly new basis.

Presidential histories and analysis of. The Carter Presidency Reconsidered Historians/History tags: s, Carter, human rights The list goes on, all of it spelled out in Stuart Eizenstat’s splendid and thorough new book, “President Carter.” Other Carter biographies are in the works, ensuring that.

The American Vice Presidency Reconsidered - By Jody C. Baumgartner Article (PDF Available) in Politics & Policy 36(6) December with 62 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Get this from a library. The American vice presidency reconsidered.

[Jody C Baumgartner] -- "Since the office of the vice presidency of the United States has evolved into a fundamentally different institution than the one the founders.

A couple of years later that student, Frank Scaturro, published a defense of Grant’s to presidency, President Grant Reconsidered, and Grant’s acclaimed Personal Memoirs were.

Lynne Cheneys James Madison: A Life Reconsidered, a biography of the 4th President of the United States, is a comprehensive look at one of the most important yet unknown of Americas founders.

The book begins with highlights from Madisons childhood, his college days, and his battle with epilepsy.4/5. Book TV Weekends on C-SPAN2; Watergate Reconsidered. Views Program ID: John Farrell talked about the influence of Richard Nixon’s early.

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The book is nicely divided into sections on the history of the presidency and the environmental movement and the five presidential roles. After Soden's introduction, chapters 2 and 3 examine the history of the environmental movement as it relates to the presidency.

President Grant Reconsidered. Grant Was a Forceful and Honest President Monday, November 1, Scaturro challenges this hyperbole and argues that Grant’s presidency (–) was a positive one in U.S. history. He sees Grant as a forceful and honest president, who said, “I don’t lie myself, and I won’t have any one lie for me.

About. About the book: The Presidents is a collection of brief stories from the lives of the 44 American presidents, each transcribed from one of C-SPAN's interviews. These accounts vary as. The former three-term governor of New Hampshire makes a persuasive argument in “The Quiet Man: The Indispensable Presidency of George H.W.

Bush” that Bush’s legacy should be reconsidered. Nixon’s Resignation Reconsidered. and creation of the Domestic Policy Council — laying a foundation for the modern presidency that stands to this day.

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If you wanted to look at his presidency, there wasn’t a lot there. William S. McFeely’s Grant: A Biography was one place, but the author tended to have a more negative view of his subject. The best earlier book still remains President Grant: Reconsidered by Frank J. Scaturro. It is a series of essays that revises Grant’s leadership as.

An indispensable book for any serious student of the American Civil War.” —David Herbert Donald, author of Lincoln Reconsidered “A fresh account of a time when the American presidency briefly became an instrument for realizing the highest promise of the republic.” —Andrew Delbanco, editor of The Portable Abraham Lincoln.

A review of The Founding Fathers Reconsidered, by R.B. Bernstein. In his new book, R.B. Bernstein, the author or editor of more than a dozen books on American constitutional history, offers a "distilled introduction" to the founding, drawing on the best historical literature and a smattering of political theory from the last half-century.The Reagan Diaries Reconsidered.

the author considers the posthumously published The Reagan Diaries and suggests that they show evidence of an incipient dementia. In the wake of Berisha et al.'s analysis of presidential press conferences during the Reagan presidency, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, that were suggestive of Cited by: 1.The Reagan Diaries Reconsidered Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Alzheimer's disease: JAD 48(1) September with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.