7 edition of President"s war found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DS557.A63 A87|
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|Number of Pages||368|
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In Presidents of War, Beschloss sounds the alarm about the president's power to drag the nation into war. Yet a more pressing danger and indictment of presidential power may be the "little wars". A history of the Civil War as told through the six American presidents that experienced it firsthand. Only once have five former presidents been alive to look upon their successor. When Abraham Lincoln took office in , these men were John Tyler, Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan.
Presidents of War () is a panoramic study of eight US presidents and the conflicts into which they led their country. Detailing each POTUS’ motivations for war, their decisions once hostilities began, and the mood of the press and public at home, these absorbing portraits of wartime leaders look at American history on the grandest of scales – from the War of to . Presidents at War is a two-night HISTORY event. This landmark series tells the story of World War II through the experiences of eight remarkable .
17 Great Books About American Presidents for Presidents’ Day Weekend. This look at Franklin and Eleanor during the Second World War became a massive best seller for good reason. Written. Praise for Presidents of War "A marvelous narrative As Beschloss explains, the greatest wartime presidents successfully leaven military action with moral concerns Beschloss’s writing is clean and concise, and he admirably draws upon new documents. Some of the more titillating tidbits in the book are in the footnotes/5(6).
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Presidents of War is a landmark book about power, leadership and human nature itself.” —Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Soul of America “Once again, Beschloss captures our Presidents in terms both historic and human, showing that whoever holds the office will fearlessly—or fearfully—impact our world.” —Tom Hanks, Cited by: 1.
Presidents of War is a landmark book about power, leadership and human nature itself.” —Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Soul of America “Once again, Beschloss captures our Presidents in terms both historic and human, showing that whoever holds the office will fearlessly—or fearfully—impact our world.”/5().
Presidents of War is a landmark book about Presidents war book, leadership and human nature itself.” —Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Soul of America “Once again, Beschloss captures our Presidents in terms both historic and human, showing that whoever holds the office will fearlessly—or fearfully—impact our world.”Brand: Crown Publishing Group.
Widely acclaimed and ten years in the making, Michael Beschloss’s Presidents of War is an intimate and irresistibly readable chronicle of the Chief Executives who took the United States into conflict and mobilized it for victory. PRESIDENTS OF WAR. By Michael Beschloss.
Crown $35, pages. A distinguished historian who has Presidents war book 10 outstanding books perhaps can be excused for a single outrageous sentence that leaves a. But Presidents of War reads more like a text for a high-school advanced placement course than a great work of original popular history.
Beschloss tries to cover so much, from James Polk’s war with. The renowned historian explores America’s wars through its presidents. In another masterful work of research, NBC News presidential historian Beschloss (Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America, etc.) demonstrates his erudite grasp of the history of the executive : Michael Beschloss.
“Presidents of War” is a marvelous narrative that opens with James Madison, the father of the Constitution and a reluctant warrior during the War of Author: Jay Winik.
This book is well written and researched. Each chapter (except Harry Truman who gets two for some reason) is devoted to one of the eight vice presidents who came into office due to the death of the president.
The chapter covers the selection process of the vice president and their role after becoming president/5. The Revolutionary War, also called the American War for Independence, was fought from through George Washington was president.
Spurred on by the Boston Tea Party in13 North American colonies fought Great Britain in an effort to escape from British rule and to become a country unto themselves. Book of Secrets shows how both NSA Scowcroft under the first President Bush and Defense Secretary Rumsfeld under the second President Bush used their tasking authority to great effect to get things before the president and other National Security Council principals.
() Albeit, as Priess finds, this carries the risk of presidential ire if it. Beschloss examines eight presidents and their wars: Madison and the War of ; Polk and the Mexican-American War; Lincoln and the Civil War; McKinley and the Spanish-American War; Wilson and World War I; Franklin Roosevelt and World War II; Truman and Korea; and Lyndon Johnson and : Michael Beschloss.
Presidents of War: The Epic Story, From to Modern Times, by Michael Beschloss, Crown Publishing Group, Princeton, N.Y.,$35 With his latest book, celebrated presidential historian Michael Beschloss has firmly cemented his legacy as a scholar of American leadership.
The book is "Presidents of War: The Epic Story from to Modern Times." Now, we notice it's "Presidents of War" and not at war. There's a reason for that. Book Summary. "From a preeminent presidential historian comes a groundbreaking and often surprising saga of America's wartime chief executives.
Ten years in Author: Michael Beschloss. Beschloss’s book is full of such “what if” moments. It is hard to read about today’s conflicts without thinking about how they might connect to the past and what impact they might have on the future. Presidents of War is worth reading, whether you are one of the nation’s leaders or just an armchair historian.
In his new book "Presidents of War" (Crown, pp., ★★½ out of four), historian Michael Beschloss brings the issue to the forefront, chronicling the. The Favorite Books of All 44 Presidents of the United States. The president then mentioned the book in a press conference, calling it “"unputdownable." Book: War.
Historian Michael Beschloss’s new book, “Presidents of War,” examines how presidents have responded to each of these questions across two hundred years of U.S.
history. Alternate Presidents is an alternate history anthology edited by Mike Resnick, published in the United States by Tor story is by a different author, and presents a scenario where an individual becomes President of the United States in a way that did not occur in real life.
The anthology was released on Febru Genre: Alternate history, political fiction. PRESIDENTS OF WAR: The Epic Story, from to Modern Times, by Michael Beschloss. Crown, pp., $ More than 10 years in the making, "Presidents of War" is a weighty contribution to the.
The Library of Congress lists more than 7, books on American presidents, but according to one librarian, there may be a quarter of a million more not in the library’s : Allen Barra.The book is essential because Barron supplies chapter after chapter of history of how presidents, Congresses, and courts have handled war powers issues—from the Revolutionary War to the present.