Books by James Chace

Released: May 1, 2004

"Entertaining, insightful history about a defining moment in 20th-century politics."
Presidential politics in one crucial year of the Progressive Era—before TV, polls, and consultants: not a horse race so much as a contact sport. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 1998

"A skillful biography of one member of a species now seemingly headed toward extinction in Washington: a government titan of remarkable achievement, eloquence, loyalty, and integrity."
An intelligent, meticulously researched biography of Dean Acheson (1893—1971), who as Harry Truman's secretary of state became "the most important figure in American foreign policy since John Quincy Adams." Read full book review >