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Presidency at 200 years

Daniel Rittenhouse

Presidency at 200 years

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Published by Center for the Study of the Presidency in [New York] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First Prize essay for the 1989 Moses Leo Gitelson Essay Awards.

Statementby Daniel Rittenhouse.
ContributionsCenter for the Study of the Presidency.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13922834M

  "In years," he writes, "the presidency had changed from that of a person--Washington followed by Adams, then Jefferson--to a presidential enterprise with a cast of thousands." Jones explains how this remarkable expansion has occurred and where it 5/5(1).


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