第 1 到 3 筆結果，共 24 筆
The publication of his pamphlet proved to be the first round fired in Cass's
presidential war. ... Lewis Cass had been a supporter of Jefferson and Jackson,
both of whom had given him their blessing, hence he was a true child of the
They answered themselves, "Lewis Cass just came home from abroad; he is well
known and well liked; he has made no commitments which will embarrass him in
the campaign. His anti-British stand is popular with the people. He is the most ...
319. 276 'Toward Cleveland personally . . ." Muzzey, p. 325. 277 "What bitter
discomfiture . . ." Muzzey, p. 7. 277 "Blaine was a phenomenon . . ." Russell, p. 3.
LEWIS CASS 278 "Basely to surrender . . ." Lewis Cass, Andrew C. McLaughlin,
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - Chris_El - LibraryThing
Very interesting looking at the other people that ran for the highest office in America. It is also interesting thinking about what would have been different had they won. We would live in a very different country today had some of the races gone the other way. 閱讀評論全文
LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - ElijahBailey - LibraryThing
Probably my favorite history, despite bias correctly noted by antiquary. Of note: The 1966 edition contains perspective on presidents since the original publication. While these are very limited ... 閱讀評論全文