Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur (Signature)

Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur (Signature) Review

Book by Thomas C. Reeves...

Title:Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur (Signature)
Edition Language:English

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    Gentleman Boss: The Life of Chester Alan Arthur (Signature) Reviews

  • Steve

    http://bestpresidentialbios.com/2014/...“Gentleman Boss: The Life and Times of Chester Alan Arthur” by Thomas Reeves was published in 1975 and immediately became the definitive study of the 21st p...

  • Jeff

    Chester Arthur is one of those "neverheardofum" presidents, but not for his lack of an effort to be remembered. Long a New York political cog and boss, Arthur steered another direction when he came in...

  • Joshua Taylor

    Chester Arthur is probably my favorite President. I may be the only person in the world who feels this way, but my impression was merely confirmed by reading this book. If you want to get to know some...

  • Brent Ecenbarger

    That in politics he is given to schemes that are the next thing to trickery, that he believes it right and honorable to use all means necessary against political opponents, that he has no conception o...

  • Mark Roth

    This book covers the life of Chester Arthur, the 21st President of the United States. After the obligatory introductory material about Arthur's childhood and education, the majority of the book is spl...

  • Judy Baker

    T C Reeves presents, what appears to my limited experience, a balanced view of Chester A Arthur, the man who inherited the presidency upon the death of Garfield. "Chet", prior to the presidency, was c...

  • Shawn Deal

    An excellent and most thorough representation of our 21st president: Chester A. Arthur. this book is incredibly well researched and clearly a painstaking work, since the President burnt most of his pe...

  • Steven

    I had to put the book down because it kept getting bogged down with name dropping. It became confusing. I finally finished it. The second half of the book was only slightly better. Once completed I re...

  • Joel Fishbane

    More an exhaustive overview of Gilded-Age U.S. politics then an actual biography, Gentleman Boss remains one of the few books to focus on America's forgotten 21rst president (he's so forgotten that he...

  • Bill Pritchard

    I have never been disappointed by reading on the men (thus far) that have served as our Presidents. After finishing my studies of our 21st President, I can say that not one of them was an idiot. These...