Herbert Hoover In The White House
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✏Remarks of President Hoover from the White House in Connection with the H J Heinz Company International Radio Banquet Book Summary :
✏Address of President Hoover at the Opening Session of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection Book Summary :
📒Herbert Hoover In The White House ✍ Charles Rappleye
✏Herbert Hoover in the White House Book Summary : Describes the uphill battle faced by the thirty-first president, who served his single term during the Great Depression, portraying the man as bright, well-meaning, and energetic but ultimately lacking in the tools of leadership. --Publisher.
📒Herbert Hoover ✍ United States. President (1929-1933 : Hoover)
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📒Herbert Hoover ✍ William E. Leuchtenburg
✏Herbert Hoover Book Summary : The Republican efficiency expert whose economic boosterism met its match in the Great Depression Catapulted into national politics by his heroic campaigns to feed Europe during and after World War I, Herbert Hoover—an engineer by training—exemplified the economic optimism of the 1920s. As president, however, Hoover was sorely tested by America's first crisis of the twentieth century: the Great Depression. Renowned New Deal historian William E. Leuchtenburg demonstrates how Hoover was blinkered by his distrust of government and his belief that volunteerism would solve all social ills. As Leuchtenburg shows, Hoover's attempts to enlist the aid of private- sector leaders did little to mitigate the Depression, and he was routed from office by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932. From his retirement at Stanford University, Hoover remained a vocal critic of the New Deal and big government until the end of his long life. Leuchtenburg offers a frank, thoughtful portrait of this lifelong public servant, and shrewdly assesses Hoover's policies and legacy in the face of one of the darkest periods of American history.
📒Herbert Hoover And Dwight D Eisenhower ✍ T. Walch
✏Herbert Hoover and Dwight D Eisenhower Book Summary : Bringing together core selections from and analysis of material documenting the uneasy collaboration between Herbert and Eisenhower, this collection incisively uses primary sources to illuminate the 1952 Republican nomination fight, the second Hoover Commission, and other key episodes during the Eisenhower presidency.
📒Herbert Hoover The Postpresidential Years 1933 1964 1946 1964 ✍ Gary Dean Best
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📒Hoover Blacks And Lily Whites ✍ Donald J. Lisio
✏Hoover Blacks and Lily Whites Book Summary : For more than fifty years, Hoover has been viewed as a lily-white racist who attempted to revitalize Republicanism in the South by driving blacks from positions of leadership at all party levels. Lisio demonstrates that this view is both inaccurate and incomplete, that Hoover hoped to promote racial progress. He shows that Hoover's efforts to reform the southern state parties led to controversy with lily-whites as well as blacks in both the North and the South. Originally published in 1985. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
📒Herbert Hoover ✍ Amy Ruth
✏Herbert Hoover Book Summary : A biography of Herbert Hoover, thirty-first president of the United States, describing his career as mining engineer, businessman, and president during the Great Depression.
📒Christmas In The White House ✍ Albert J. Menendez
✏Christmas in the White House Book Summary : This enjoyable book illuminates the long-held traditions and rare occurances that have shaped Christmas at the White House over the course of its history. Albert Menendez poured through diaries, memoirs, letters, newspapers, and more to compile the stories chronicled here, which include a Christmas wedding and honeymoon for Woodrow Wilson, the first lighting of the National Christmas Tree by Calvin Coolidge, a surprise dinner for poor children hosted by Abraham Lincoln's son, and so much more.