HERBERT HOOVER IN THE WHITE HOUSE: The Ordeal of the Presidency
Charts the untold story of a president and a nation in crisis. Herbert Hoover struggled to respond to the Great Depression and was dismissed as passive and unsympathetic, but in this groundbreaking biography, Rappleye draws on fresh sources to reveal a different Hoover than the often misunderstood president. 16 pages of photos.
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