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America's unique form of democracy separates power among three branches of government: the legislative judicial and executive. The President of the United States who heads the executive branch holds the position that most embodies the aspirations of the American people. Join HISTORYr for a fresh perspective on how the Oval Office has evolved over the past 200 years through stories about and learn about the 43 men who have served as Commander-in-Chief -- from George Washington to Barack Obama. This 8-hour miniseries concentrates on the ebbs and flows of presidential power and responsibilities as each of America's leaders deal with the events expectations and challenges of his time.
This is one of the few historical documentaries that I've enjoyed that avoided modern political bias. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mike Tarrani
Great documentary miniseries that has great facts. Although I like an early miniseries on the presidents the History Channel did before this called The Presidents. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DFMhistory
After having recently finished a quest of sorts to read a biography of each President in United States history, I decided to watch this documentary as a sort of "review"... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Zachary Koenig
I liked it very much until the final chapter! It sort of did a run through of the Presidencies of George H.W. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nick
A CONCISE REVIEW OF THE PRESIDENTS MANY OF WHICH I DID NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT. BETTER THAN A HISORY BOOK.Published 5 months ago by bill
I think everyone who votes or will vote should watch this Ultimate Guide to the Presidents.
Learning the reasons for the policy history of our government combined with... Read more
I really enjoyed this, but I have to drop a star for the lumping of the last 4 Presidents. It skipped so much, I had to keep rewinding to make sure it wasn't a streaming issue.Published 6 months ago by Kimbo
One need only close one's eyes and listen to the music to know whether the program is discussing a Republican or Democratic President. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matthew Fitzgibbons