Coolidge's great contribtion to history was not his presidency, but his embodiment of character and values.
I really enjoyed the book and recommend it highly for those who want to get to know one of the few truly conservative presidents which the USA has ever had.
This book, then, is not only valuable as an autobiography of a president but of the country that shaped him.
This book is not particularly well written, but it shows to advantage the character of this not-so-well-known President. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Mallard
Short but very readable. Many of his truisms are worth the read.
I wish that he had included "They hired the money didn't they? Read more
Takes me back to the days when government was for the people and not just for politicians. It seems the people we send to Washington forget the people that sent them there.Published 3 months ago by James Plog
I knew little about Coolidge before reading this book. It seems like a humble man. He certainly did not come across as a braggart in any way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by 50+ yr. Alabama Male
Finding out who Coolidge is. In his own words. Good companion to Amity Shlaes "Coolidge."
For America's future, know this man.
I was pleasantly surprised when reading this book, having little knowledge about the man. I found him to be a man of great character and moral fiber who said many wise things about... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rob Roy
The author's writing style made for an easy read.
The book contained some excellent quotes.
I would like to see someone of Coolidge's character run for office today. Read more
Coolidge was a fabulous writer as well as an interesting personality. The book was interesting, easy to follow and gave lots of insight into his personal life and the politics of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by RalphAAnnunziata
Delivery time was OK. I really liked the book because of the book revealed Coolidge's character and personality. I didn't know much about him before, but I am a great admirer now.Published 9 months ago by Wilkie J. Schell