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The post-presidency from Washington to Clinton

Author: Burton Ira Kaufman
Publisher: Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, ©2012.
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Drawing extensively on primary sources, including presidential papers, Kaufman maintains that this evolution has followed a path similar to that of the presidency itself. He shows that most have had fascinating post-presidential careers filled with both accomplishment and failure, and that in some cases their lives after leaving office were as important historically as their careers as president and give new  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Burton Ira Kaufman
ISBN: 9780700618613 0700618619
OCLC Number: 788282821
Description: xiv, 646 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The republican ideal of the post-presidency : Washington, Adams, and Jefferson --
From the republican to the democratic ideal of the post-presidency : Madison, Monroe, and Quincy Adams --
Former presidents as partisan politicians : Jackson, Van Buren, and Tyler --
Doughface former presidents : Fillmore, Pierce, and Buchanan --
Former presidents in an age of transition : Johnson and Grant --
Former presidents and the emergent modern presidency : Hayes, Cleveland I, and Harrison --
The post-presidency and the modern presidency : Cleveland II and Roosevelt --
Former presidents as symbols of an era : Taft, Wilson, and Coolidge --
The modern post-presidency : Hoover --
The office of ex-president : Truman --
The limits of the office of ex-president : Eisenhower and Johnson --
The mass marketing of the post-presidency : Nixon and Ford --
Citizen/politician of the world : Carter, Reagan --
Epilogue : Bush and Clinton.
Responsibility: Burton I. Kaufman.

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Drawing extensively on primary sources, including presidential papers, Kaufman maintains that this evolution has followed a path similar to that of the presidency itself. He shows that most have had fascinating post-presidential careers filled with both accomplishment and failure, and that in some cases their lives after leaving office were as important historically as their careers as president and give new insights into their personalities.

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