Interviews with Professor Donald Elder: The Presidents of the United States

Michael F. Shaughnessy
Eastern New Mexico University, 1500 South Ave K, Portales, New Mexico, 88130, New Mexico, USA

Donald C. Elder III
Eastern New Mexico University, NM, US

Series: Political Leaders and Their Assessment
BISAC: HIS036000

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For citizens of the United States, for social studies teachers, for historians in America, and literally around the world, there is no more interesting topic than leadership, and leadership as seen in the President of the United States. Worldwide, no other individual is as scrutinized, as examined as the President of the USA. The Presidency has obviously a long history dated back to 1776 and George Washington, and out leaders have provided the guidance to lead us through the War of 1812, the Spanish American War, the Civil War, World War I and II and various other undeclared conflicts and difficulties around the world.

The personalities and contributions of our Presidents have been exceptional. Some of our Presidents have led us in times of peace, and others during times of war. Some have excelled nationally, others internationally. Some have provided sustenance and nurturance, and others vim,vigor, and vitality during difficult times.

Each President has left an indelible mark on American history and should be recognized. This book attempts to provide a stellar overview of each President and recognize their contributions, strengths, weaknesses as well as their faults.
This is a book that will provide keen robust insights into the men who have led our nation. (Imprint: Nova)

Introduction

Chapter 1 - George Washington (pp. 1-4)

Chapter 2 - John Adams (pp. 5-8)

Chapter 3 - Thomas Jefferson (pp. 9-12)

Chapter 4 - James Madison (pp. 13-16)

Chapter 5 - James Monroe (pp. 17-20)

Chapter 6 - John Quincy Adams (pp. 21-26)

Chapter 7 - Andrew Jackson (pp. 27-32)

Chapter 8 - Martin van Buren (pp. 33-36)

Chapter 9 - William Henry Harrison (pp. 37-40)

Chapter 10 - John Tyler (pp. 41-44)

Chapter 11 - James K. Polk (pp. 45-48)

Chapter 12 - Zachary Taylor (pp. 49-52)

Chapter 13 - Millard Fillmore (pp. 53-56)

Chapter 14 - Franklin Pierce (pp. 57-60)

Chapter 15 - James Buchanan (pp. 61-64)

Chapter 16 - Abraham Lincoln (pp. 65-68)

Chapter 17 - Andrew Johnson (pp. 69-72)

Chapter 18 - Ulysses S. Grant (pp. 73-78)

Chapter 19 - Rutherford Birchard Hayes (pp. 79-82)

Chapter 20 - James Garfield (pp. 83-86)

Chapter 21 - Chester Arthur (pp. 87-90)

Chapter 22 - Stephen Grover Cleveland (pp. 91-94)

Chapter 23 - Benjamin Harrison (pp. 95-98)

Chapter 24 - Grover Cleveland (pp. 99-102)

Chapter 25 - William McKinley (pp. 103-106)

Chapter 26 - Theodore Roosevelt, Jr (pp. 107-112)

Chapter 27 - William Howard Taft (pp. 113-116)

Chapter 28 - Thomas Woodrow Wilson (pp. 117-120)

Chapter 29 - Warren Gamaliel Harding (pp. 121-124)

Chapter 30 - John Calvin Coolidge, Jr. (pp. 125-128)

Chapter 31 - Herbert Clark Hoover (pp. 129-134)

Chapter 32 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt (pp. 135-140)

Chapter 33 - Harry S. Truman (pp. 141-146)

Chapter 34 - Dwight David Eisenhower (pp. 147-152)

Chapter 35 - John Fitzgerald Kennedy (pp. 153-158)

Chapter 36 - Lyndon Baines Johnson (pp. 159-164)

Chapter 37 - Richard Milhous Nixon (pp. 165-170)

Chapter 38 - Gerald R. Ford (pp. 171-174)

Chapter 39 - James Earl Carter, Jr. (pp. 175-180)

Chapter 40 - Ronald Reagan (pp. 181-184)

Chapter 41 - George H. W. Bush (pp. 185-190)

Chapter 42 - Bill Clinton (pp. 191-196)

Chapter 43 - George Walker Bush (pp. 197-202)

Chapter 44 - Barack Obama (pp. 203-207)

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