After Words with Nigel Hamilton
Biographer Nigel Hamilton profiles the 12 U.S. presidents elected since World War II. He details the personalities and motivations of the men, and the achievements and failures of their administrations. He examined the latter half of 20th century history and the first decade of the 21st with presidential historian Richard Norton Smith, who served as director of the presidential libraries of Herbert Hoover, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan. close
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Nigel Hamilton Senior Fellow University of Massachusetts, Boston->McCormack (John W. ) Graduate School of Policy Studies
Richard Norton Smith Presidential Historian
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