9 edition of Presidential Anecdotes found in the catalog.
November 26, 2007
by Running Press Book Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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From George Washington to Bill Clinton, Presidential Anecdotes takes a more light-hearted view of the men to have been President of the United States. In this book, you will not find a serious or scholarly look at American history and how Presidents have had their effect on it. Instead, the book is filled with stories that say more about a President's personality/5(17).
The book is meant for the casual reader, and doesn't get. I absolutely love this book. I teach history for a community college, and oftentimes the presidents can begin to run together for students.
Presidential Anecdotes provides human insight into the presidents, allowing the presidents to /5. From George Washington to Bill Clinton, Presidential Anecdotes takes a Presidential Anecdotes book light-hearted view of the men to have been President of the United States.
In this book, you will not find a serious or scholarly look at American history and how Presidents have had their effect on it. Instead, the book is filled with stories that say more about a President's personality.4/4(16).
The Paperback of the Presidential Anecdotes by Paul F. Boller at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Brand: Oxford University Press, USA. From the story of George Washington chopping down the cherry tree to Bill Clinton winging a speech to Congress, from Abraham Lincoln's homely tales to Ronald Reagan's one-liners, Presidential Anecdotes contains an abundance of stories about America's presidents.
Arranged chronologically, the stories are based on passages appearing in autobiographies, letters, journals, and reminiscences of the 4/5(3). This new and revised edition of "Presidential Anecdotes" recounts some of the most striking stories about America's 42 chief executives, from Washington to Clinton, shedding light on the presidents as human beings and on the culture that produced them.
This is a book of anecdotes about the forty-one Presidents of the United States, commencing with that aristocratic Virginian, George Washington, and ending with that amiable Arkansan, Bill Clinton.
Some of the anecdotes are dramatic in nature and a few are rather poignant. Most, however, are on the light side. It would’ve been nicer if this book was up-to-date. Pandapoofidor recommends everyone who cares about politics (or at least about past presidents) to read this book.
However, some people you might have completely forgotten about, and some president anecdotes are a bit boring. Still, a fun book. After each answer — more fascinating details about that president. Book begins with complete list of all the presidents,with their vice-presidents.
But instead of continuing to sing its praises, let George do it Take it from George — “This book made me chuckle and raise my eyebrows more than once!”. Presidential Anecdotes gives you everything as advertised. It is nothing more, nothing less. The author has done a great deal of research, and it shows.
It is also well written. As a reader, I wish the anecdotes had better connecting themes and illustrations to give it more personality/5(11). US President Anecdotes, Silly Stories and Jokes Sometimes you just need a good laugh to start off the day.
Lets see if any of these helps you with that. US President Anecdotes, Silly Stories, and Jokes. Dramatic, poignant, hilarious, and sentimental, anecdotes about our presidents are as varied as the presidents themselves.
This new and revised edition of Presidential Anecdotes recounts some of the most striking stories about America's 42 chief executives, from Washington to Clinton, shedding light on the presidents as human beings and on the. Buy a cheap copy of Presidential Anecdotes book by Paul F.
Boller Jr. This is a collection of humorous stories about U.S. Presidents throughout history. Originally published inthis edition is updated to include anecdotes on Free shipping over $/5(5). Presidential anecdotes Item Preview remove-circle Some of the stories are spurious, as the book makes clear, but most of them have a solid basis in fact.
Boller provides a sketch of each president, depicting his personality, temperament, life style, and central vision, and then goes on to tell stories about them that throw further light on Pages: After his Presidential Anecdotes became a best-seller inBoller spent the rest of his life writing more than half a dozen similar books, the first edition of Presidential Campaigns () being next in the series/5.
Dwight Eisenhower: Only president to write a best-selling book of his favorite anecdotes. Gerald Ford: His sense of humor, like his presidency, has been underrated. Rutherford Hayes: His wife, "Lemonade Lucy," ran a dry White House. He matched it with a dry sense of humor.
William McKinley: Teddy Roosevelt carried the big stick. McKinley spoke Brand: Scribner. Presidential Anecdotes Paul F. Boller Jr. Gathers interesting and humorous stories about American presidents from Washington to Reagan and shows little-known aspects of each one's personality.
Get this from a library. Presidential anecdotes. [Paul F Boller] -- From the story of George Washington chopping down the cherry tree to Bill Clinton winging a speech to Congress, from Abraham Lincoln's homely tales to Ronald Reagan's one-liners, Presidential.
The Favorite Books of All 44 Presidents of the United States. and there are anecdotes about him reading the Bard all throughout his life. At one White House dinner with an actor as a guest. Get this from a library. Presidential anecdotes. [Paul F Boller] -- Contains a variety of anecdotes about all forty Presidents from Washington to Reagan.
I have this book in my collection a very long time. I learned about it when the author was interviewed on the Phil Donahue Show. It is easy reading and is what I call history light.
Each President gets a short three to four page overview and then the rest of the entry is filled with short anecdotes either about or told by that man/5(5).Presidential Anecdotes provides humorous insight to the first 42 America presidents.
Author Paul F. Boller Jr. lightens up factual stories about the presidents' lives and terms with quips of what other people told about the presidents and their time in office.
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