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"Courthouse over White House: Chicago and the Presidential Election of 1960": A Review of the Book by Edmund Frank Kallina
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An 11 page discussion of the material presented in this book regarding the alleged political corruption and possible links with organized crime among the John F. Kennedy camp which resulted in one of the closest presidential elections in history. Suggests that the long range implications of the outcome of this race were substantial, possibly even influencing Nixon's later actions in the Watergate scandal. No additional sources are listed.
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"Eyewitness to Power" by David Gergen
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A 5 page book review which discusses "Eyewitness to Power" by David Gergen. No additional sources cited.
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"First In His Class": A Review of the Book by David Mariniss
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A 5 page review of the book "First in His Class" written by Pulitzer prize winning journalist David Mariniss. Summarizes the material presented by Mariniss which gives insight into the many factors which shaped Bill Clinton and assured his journey to the Presidency of the United States. Emphasizes the many character flaws detailed by Mariniss. No additional sources are listed.
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"Reagan in His Own Hand": A Review of the Book By Ronald Reagan
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A 5 page overview of "Reagan, In His Own Hand: The Writings of Ronald Reagan That Reveal His Revolutionary Vision for America", a book containing numerous original essays of Ronald Reagan compiled by Kiron K. Skinner. The documents included in "Reagan, In His Own Hand" were written largely prior to his attaining the office of the President of the United States and, perhaps more so than any other writings, reflect Reagan's ideologies and personality. Comments on the writing habits of Reagan and how his compositions typically evolved from their original format on yellow legal pads to finished typewritten documents then sometimes retranscribed onto index cards for use in presentations. Emphasizes that these writings all merge to accomplish one thing, the dispellment of the inaccurate views which were held by many regarding the inner fortitude and strengths of Ronald Reagan. No additional sources are listed.
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