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  1. The president who pardoned a turkey and other wacky tales of American history by Allan Zullo, 1996
  2. American Presidents in World History: Five Volumes] (Middle School Reference)
  3. Air Force One: The Aircraft that Shaped the Modern Presidency by Von Hardesty, 2003-10-01
  4. Dear Mr. President: Letters to the Oval Office from the Files of the National Archives by Dwight Young, 2005-11-01
  5. The American President by Philip B. Kunhardt Jr., Philip B. Kunhardt III, et all 1999-11
  6. President McKinley, War and Empire: Volume 2: President McKinley and America's "New Empire" (American Presidents) by Richard Hamilton, 2007-07-18
  7. The Man Who Was President For A Day: And other inspiring stories about the presidents by Andrew McCrea, 2004-01-15
  8. The other George W.: first in war and first in peace, our first President was far more complex than popular histories would have us believe, and perhaps ... An article from: Saturday Evening Post by Tait Trussell, 2006-01-01
  9. Presidents, Diplomats, and Other Mortals
  10. My Fellow Americans: The Most Important Speeches of America's Presidents, from George Washingtonto George W. Bush (Book & CD)
  11. President Kennedy Has Been Shot by The Newseum, Susan Bennett, et all 2003-11-01
  12. Presidents' Day (American Holidays) by Lynn Hamilton, 2004-09
  13. Illustrated life, services, martyrdom, and funeral of Abraham Lincoln ... With a portrait of President Lincoln, and other illustrative engravings of the scene of the assassination, etc. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  14. My Dear Husband: Important Letters of Abigail Adams (Great Moments in American History) by Stephanie McPherson, 2003-08

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  • 4. How Hollywood Imagines American Presidents
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    10-21-03: Culture Watch How Hollywood Imagines American Presidents
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    Mr. Shenkman is the editor of HNN. Quick: Name a president who was so hungry for power and influence that he ran for public office at age twenty-three, married a woman "above his station," and represented rich corporations. Probably Abraham Lincoln does not come to mind. Who's to blame? Hollywood. Hollywood's depiction of American presidents is by and large a record of failure. The movies almost always get the basic facts wrong. They usually give us one-dimensional presidents, either all evil or all saint. And they perpetuate hoary myths to appease the audience's expectations. Good as Henry Fonda is in Young Mr. Lincoln , for example, there are vast corners of Lincoln's personality and character that the film fails to explore. More troubling, Hollywood gives us presidents who have little emotional depth. Watching Ralph Bellamy in Sunrise at Campobello the audience knows that it is only catching a fleeting glimpse of the real FDR as he strives to survive polio. Bellamy's FDR groans and appears in pain. He struggles to stand upright. But he remains a cardboard character for the most part. Does the audience realize it took FDR a year to move his big toe?

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    6. American History 102: Student Web Notes
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