fraternity; how presidents from Hoover through Obama worked with--and
sometimes, against--each other when they were in and out of power.
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|Length: 658 pages||Word Wise: Enabled|
This is a great read for anyone interested in politics and behind-the-scenes information about the government.Published on July 26 2014 by Janet Lee
Readable and interesting-the book covers a lot of presidents in their years both as presidents and their contributions, whether self-serving or useful, after their terms. Read morePublished on April 30 2014 by Heather
Although an interesting read, "The Presidents Club" could have gone a little deeper. I also sensed that the work was kinder for the Presidents who were still around (an able to... Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2014 by Marc Ranger
Interesting information new to the reader about how President's worked for betterment of the nation. I would recommend for poly-sci inclined readers.Published on Dec 27 2013 by john
Fascinating account of our most recent presidents - their success and failures - and who they relied for their counsel in their times of difficulty and achievement.Published on Sept. 23 2013 by Jay Banks