Biographer Nigel Hamilton profiles the twelve American presidents since World War II. Using the Roman historical text, The Twelve Caesars, as his model, the author recalls each president’s path to the presidency, their domestic and foreign policy decisions while in office, and their leadership on the international stage. Nigel Hamilton discussed his book at Porter Square Bookstore in Cambridge, Massachusetts. close
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