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-- Peter Schweizer, coauthor of The Bushes: Portrait of a Dynasty
"Superb.... A long-awaited study of a difficult subject often hidden by presidents and their families. It is a piece of American history that solves many mysteries."
-- Steven Lee Carson, chairman, White House Conference on Presidential Children
Excellent, Arrived exactly as described very promptly. Please doing business. Thanks very much.Published on March 22, 2009 by Lana Turvey
Doug Wead first hit the betseller lists with his book on the children of the Presidents of the United States. Read morePublished on August 1, 2006 by C. M Mills
This is an excellent book with a slant on history no one has ever delved into in any depth. It was fascinating to read about the one group of people who had the most vested... Read morePublished on February 21, 2006 by Richard J. Mole
As an extremely amatuer historian with ADD and with a fascination for Abraham Lincoln, I really liked this. Read morePublished on November 26, 2005 by Sandra A. Abel
I was waiting for this one to come out in paperback but I guess the sales keep humming along so I finally went out and bought one. Wow! it was worth it. Read morePublished on October 22, 2005 by Jay Peaceman
I like Mr. Wead's books because they offer accurate history from a different perspective. While they don't belabor psychological phenomenon when they encounter it, neither do they... Read morePublished on October 20, 2005 by Voni
This series by Wead is only bested by McCullough. This is great material, well reasearched and very interesting. Read morePublished on June 11, 2005 by Thomas Pierre
This completely fascinating book has history that tells how real these people are, real people living real lives with real problems! Read morePublished on May 28, 2005 by F. Cimino
These books, both the Raising of a President and All the President's Children are wonderful books, easy to read but loaded with stories that you won't get anywhere else. Read morePublished on May 15, 2005 by Christine