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Essays on the Presidents: Principles and Politics

History


by
Paul F. Boller

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 706 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This collection of essays by Dr. Paul F. Boller Jr. shares the humorous, intriguing, and little-known or widely misunderstood aspects of the American presidency. Personality—of the most interesting presidents and of Boller himself—is an important theme throughout this collection. Boller’s prose, distinct and inviting, causes the reader to see what is often overlooked in the history of American presidents: their humanity. Here he corrects the misconceptions many Americans deem as truth in a lighthearted and truly characteristic voice, showing the significant changes in the presidential office since its conception. Boller tracks the relationship between Americans and the presidents, uncovering the intricate nature of presidential responsibilities and the remarkable men whose leadership shaped the office into what it is today.

This collection of essays by Dr. Paul F. Boller Jr. shares the humorous, intriguing, and little-known or widely misunderstood aspects of the American presidency. Personality—of the most interesting presidents and of Boller himself—is an important theme throughout this collection. Boller’s prose, distinct and inviting, causes the reader to see what is often overlooked in the history of American presidents: their humanity. Here he corrects the misconceptions many… (more)

This collection of essays by Dr. Paul F. Boller Jr. shares the humorous, intriguing, and little-known or widely misunderstood aspects of the American presidency. Personality—of the most interesting presidents and of Boller himself—is an important theme throughout this collection. Boller’s prose, distinct and inviting, causes the reader to see what is often overlooked in the history of American presidents: their humanity. Here he corrects the misconceptions many Americans deem as truth in a lighthearted and truly characteristic voice, showing the significant changes in the presidential office since its conception. Boller tracks the relationship between Americans and the presidents, uncovering the intricate nature of presidential responsibilities and the remarkable men whose leadership shaped the office into what it is today.

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