Presidential Anecdotes

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byPaul F. Boller

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This is a collection of humorous stories about U.S. Presidents throughout history. Originally published in 1981, this edition is updated to include anecdotes on George Bush and Bill Clinton.

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Dramatic, poignant, hilarious, and sentimental, anecdotes about our presidents are as varied as the presidents themselves. This new and revised edition of Presidential Anecdotes recounts some of the most striking stories about America's 42 chief executives, from Washington to Clinton, shedding light on the presidents as human beings an...

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This is a collection of humorous stories about U.S. Presidents throughout history. Originally published in 1981, this edition is updated to include anecdotes on George Bush and Bill Clinton.

Paul F. Boller is at Southern Methodist University (Emeritus).

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:472 pages, 5.31 × 7.99 × 0.83 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195097319

ISBN - 13:9780195097313

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Dramatic, poignant, hilarious, and sentimental, anecdotes about our presidents are as varied as the presidents themselves. This new and revised edition of Presidential Anecdotes recounts some of the most striking stories about America's 42 chief executives, from Washington to Clinton, shedding light on the presidents as human beings and on the culture that produced them

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"A book of stories about American presidents that is as delightful as a box of crackerjacks....Boller has an uncanny instinct for finding stories that are fresh, offbeat, revealing and very funny--in short, all the stories that you should have heard in your college history course butdidn't."--Dallas Morning News