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Tom Shachtman
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Edith & Woodrow: A Presidential Romance

3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
A story of the most remarkable, and controversial, love affair in the annals of the American presidency. Includes never-before-printed selections from the President and Edith's love letters.

Hardcover, 299 pages
Published by Putnam Publishing Group
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Glenn Robinson
Jun 20, 2015 Glenn Robinson rated it liked it
A good bio in the love between Edith and Woodrow. Many believe that Edith ran the White House and the presidency for the last few years of Wilson's second administration. Edith has been called the first female president and the first Native American president (descended from Pocahontas). This is a good, but not great book that was more skewed towards the issues at hand (Mexico, WWI, League of Nations) than abot how lovey dovey they got, but them that was the relationship they had. Edith was a ve ...more
Focuses nicely on the impact of the First World War and the 1918 Paris peace process on Edith & Woodrow's marriage and daily lives.
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Jan 08, 2010
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I consider myself fortunate in that I always wanted to write, have been able to do so since my undergraduate days, and have had my work published and produced in many forms – histories, novels, children’s books, documentaries, fictional programs, poetry, plays, songs, newspaper columns, magazine articles, even a comic book.

My first book, THE DAY AMERICA CRASHED, was published in 1979, and since th
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