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Modern American Presidency

Modern American Presidency - 2nd edition

Modern American Presidency (ISBN10: 0700616845; ISBN13: 9780700616848)
ISBN13: 978-0700616848
ISBN10: 0700616845
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 09
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Published: 08/18/2009
International: No

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niversity Press of Kansas Kansas Softcover Second Edition, Revised and Updated. 360 pages. Softcover. Brand new book. UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS. When the first edition of this book appeared in 2003, ...show moreit was chosen as a Main Selection of both the Book-of-the-Month Club and History Book Club and quickly became the standard work on the modern American presidency&emdash; from William McKinley through William Jefferson Clinton. In that original edition, Lewis L. Gould argued that, while the president may be the most powerful man in the world, most presidents have fallen well short of the daunting challenges that confronted them while in office. During George W. Bush's two administrations, as Gould discusses in a substantial new chapter, those challenges grew in scope and ferocity, encompassing two intractable wars, natural disaster on an inconceivable scale, and a near-meltdown of the national and global economies. Unfortunately, Gould argues, President Bush was woefully unprepared for those challenges, failed s ...show less
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