Wives of the American Presidents Carole Chandler Waldrup

ISBN: 9780786424153

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Wives of the American Presidents  by  Carole Chandler Waldrup

Wives of the American Presidents by Carole Chandler Waldrup
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Their personalities often set the tone for Washington society, from Julia Tylers open hospitality to Sarah Polks somber religious devotion. Some, like Abigail Adams, had little formal schooling. Others, such as Pat Nixon and Hillary Clinton, earnedMoreTheir personalities often set the tone for Washington society, from Julia Tylers open hospitality to Sarah Polks somber religious devotion.

Some, like Abigail Adams, had little formal schooling. Others, such as Pat Nixon and Hillary Clinton, earned college degrees. There were those who outlived their spouses as well as women who died before seeing their husbands realize their presidential dreams. In spite of differing circumstances, these presidential wives influenced?sometimes overtly and often inadvertently?everything from domestic political agendas to foreign policy through their relationships with their husbands. From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, this book discusses the lives and circumstances of the 47 women who have been married to an American president.

It emphasizes the relationship each wife had with her husband and the ways in which this contributed to the success or failure of his presidency. Details include birthplace, upbringing, political viewpoints, etc.



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