INVENTING THE JOB OF PRESIDENT: Leadership Style from George Washington to Andrew Jackson
Evaluates the personal strengths and weaknesses of the modern presidents since Franklin D. Roosevelt. Takes us back to the very founding of the republic to apply the same yardsticks to the first seven presidents from Washington to Andrew Jackson, giving a no-nonsense assessment of the qualities that did and did not serve them well in office. Illus.
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