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President Who Did What?
     

President Who Did What?

by Robert Waldrop
 
Everyone knows George Washington was our first president. But do you know who was the 8th? the 19th? the 34th?

What did they do? What kind of people were they?

Here you can find out the basic stuff about each of our 44 presidents (to date)-how they got -there-and how they performed.

No need to read thick reference books. (But maybe reading

Overview

Everyone knows George Washington was our first president. But do you know who was the 8th? the 19th? the 34th?

What did they do? What kind of people were they?

Here you can find out the basic stuff about each of our 44 presidents (to date)-how they got -there-and how they performed.

No need to read thick reference books. (But maybe reading this will prompt you to do just that.)

Here you will find out fast. Want to know some interesting trivia? Want to know a little more about someone who was just a name in your school studies?

Find out about those who have led our nation.

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Midwest Book Review
We've had nearly fifty leaders in America and it can sometimes be hard to keep track. "President Who Did What: Quick Rundowns on U. S. Leaders" provides simple and quick breakdowns of all of our presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama. With plenty of facts and intriguing information, "President Who Did What" will make for a fine read and is very highly recommended.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012288547
Publisher:
Robert Waldrop
Publication date:
09/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
271
File size:
773 KB

Meet the Author

The author is no historian. He is -- was -- a newsman. Almost 30 years as a reporter and editor of the St. Joseph (MO) Gazette, and later the News Press/Gazette, permitted him to report about, interview and/or admire or disrespect many in politics.

Toss in seven years as a TV newsman, a brief stint in military public information and five years of news releases as a city official.

It all adds up to no historian, but an admirer of history and those who helped make history for our nation.

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