IT COSTS TO BE PRESIDENT by Henry L. Stoddard

IT COSTS TO BE PRESIDENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good reading covering all angles of the presidency and its holders, how and why they got the office, what it meant and did to them, the men themselves and the parts they played during their terms. Interesting speculations on ""ifs"" -- personal anecdotes of presidents the author has known -- interpretations of their actions and characters -- parallels between administrations. Excellent man's book, good material, well-handled.

Pub Date: Oct. 5th, 1938
Publisher: Harper