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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1985185008
- Publisher: DonaldShaw.org (February 6, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 6, 2018
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Author Cormac O'Brien is very fair in his assessments though,pointing out that although Lyndon Johnson was very coarse and was damaged by the Vietnam war, he is now seen as having done more for Civil Rights than other Presidents. And although Richard Nixon resigned in disgrace, his visit to and recognition of China laid the groundwork for today's good relations between the two countries.
The vital statistics of all the Presidents are interesting. Many have been tall men, both Washington and Jefferson being 6'2" and Lincoln 6'4" and Lyndon Johnson 6'3". But President Madison, at only 5'4" was the shortest of all! The very largest President was William H. Taft who weighed in at 325 lbs and got stuck in the White House bathtub!