Written by a White House speechwriter who actually served five presidents, this irresistible collection of presidential trivia reveals the more colorful side of American history. Following a QAndA format and organized around 31 themes, Which President Killed a Man? will captivate trivia fans and history buffs of every political persuasion.. .
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From George W. to George W., a flurry of fascinating facts about our forty-three presidents and their fabulous first ladies. .
And do you know . . . WHICH PRESIDENT KILLED A MAN???. .
You'll find the answers to these and many other fascinating facts inside!. .
The commander in chief has always made headlines--but what about the tantalizing tidbits that don't make it into the history books? After serving several generations of presidents, author and former White House speechwriter James Humes now offers a delightful smorgasbord of little-known facts and figures about our presidents and their first ladies.. About the Author:
James Humes was a White House speechwriter for Presidents Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and George H. W. Bush. He assisted former President Ford in writing his memoirs, A Time to Heal, and is the author of more than thirty books, including his autobiography, Confessions of a White House Ghost Writer. Currently Ryals Professor of Leadership and Language at the University of Southern Colorado, he has appeared on "Today," "Good Morning America," CNN, "Larry King Live," and hundreds of radio shows. Mr. Humes makes his home in Pueblo, Colorado..
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