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You will find as you read these how the lives of each President intertwined with the next.
Having read many of H.W. Brands' works, I found this book was written with that same Brands style I've grown to enjoy so much.
Our great criticism of Wilson has always been his indifference to civil rights and enforcement of Jim Crow in DC.
Not too detailed. A great start for studying the roots of progressivism in the Democratic Party, and the issues that divide us to this day.Published 10 days ago by Shawn T. Perry
Excellent for a first-timer on Wilson. Maybe even others would like to learn about this not-so-famous president.Published 2 months ago by Craig
I read all the Biographies of the Presidents by way of the Presidential series. If you are going to do it, read John Hancock first because he was the first Continental Congress... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Frank Anderson
After watching a television panel discussion of Wilson and Teddy Roosevelt, I read this short biography and found it to be a well-written, fast-paced account of Wilson's life and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by D. Hurdelbrink
It is a decent book, but does not go into great detail on anyone subject. At least you get a sense of who Woodrow Wilson was and what he did as President. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Joe Julian
I am rather new into the world of biographies so I don't know if this is what they are supposed to be like, but I will say that it was readable and I didn't have to be a history... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Matrese Benkofske
This series on the American Presidents is not meant to supply a fully in depth examination of each individual. This is clearly stated in the foreword. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert R Boye