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Posted September 18, 2006
An engrossing contribution to books on the American presidency
Mark Updegrove has written an entertaining and deftly researched story of the lives and accomplishments of our modern American presidents after their terms in the Oval Office. This is a fair-handed, nonpartisan history that interweaves tales of both personal and political dimensions, and shows how these men continued to forge their legacies after leaving the most powerful office in the land. It's a rare book that can truly be described as 'important,' but with the contributions that Updegrove makes to the field of presidential history, I feel that SECOND ACTS merits such a label.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.