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It was very refreshing and engrossing, to read a book of "worst of the worst presidents."
It's an excellent work that strips away warm fuzzy feelings about past presidents and takes a much needed critical look at their actions.
I recommend this book for libertarians (classical liberals) looking for persuasive rhetorical fact ammo.
Lots of interesting information, some of the essays get a bit overkill and boring. However, the book is still very interesting & worth reading.Published 1 month ago by Matt Parish
This book is made up of several essays on various presidents. They are presented in chronological order. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alan Dale Daniel
Since 1913 we have increasingly entered a post constitutional order even though presidents still claim to be obedient to and swear oaths to the Constitution. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lee Robinson
This book was exactly what I'd been hoping and looking for. There are so many "greatest presidents" books out there. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sui Juris
Although the book has a lot of pages, I think it is relatively easy to read. I think Mr. Denson's evaluations of the Presidency have many positive attributes. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by Mike in Omaha
I bought this volume on the recommendation of a good friend. If you're looking for another history written by the victor, keep looking. Read morePublished on March 17, 2009 by Al Swanson
(excerpted from The Independent Review, Spring 2003)
Herbert Spencer, the great nineteenth-century libertarian, said of the relation between history and theory: �Until you... Read more
An outstanding work, thought provoking, albeit sometimes disturbing work that should be required reading for any student of American hostory. Read morePublished on January 14, 2002