Gerald R. Ford: The All-American President

Brian E. Birdnow
McKendree University, Lebanon, Illinois

Series: First Men, America’s Presidents
BISAC: BIO011000

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It is beyond question that Gerald R. Ford, the thirty-eighth President of the United States, brought honesty and integrity back into the White House at a time when the country needed those qualities and, in doing so, he restored a sense of calm to a troubled and anxious country. He embodied the qualities and virtues of the American heartland and put these into practice in his public life. Gerald Ford was the All-American President. This new book places President Gerald Ford in his proper position within the American pantheon and concentrates on Ford as a solid Midwesterner who fairly radiated integrity and used his talent to earn high political office. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Acknowledgments

Foreword

Chapter One: Main Traveled Roads pp.1-8

Chapter Two: Hail to the Victors pp.9-20

Chapter Three: America First? pp.21-34

Chapter Four: The Distinguished Gentleman From Michigan pp.35-50

Chapter Five: Moving on Up: 1961-1972 pp.51-64

Chapter Six: Our Long National Nightmare pp.65-78

Chapter Seven: Mr. President pp.79-96

Chapter Eight: 1976 pp.97-108

Chapter Nine: Retirement pp.109-120

Bibliography

Index

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