Title A Ford, Not A Lincoln.
Book Condition Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition.
Edition Second Printing.
Publisher Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York and London: 1975.
015132302X / 9780151323029
Seller ID 68647X1
Tells the astonishing story of Gerald Ford's first 100 days in the presidency, with its dramas of a Nixon White House ridden with feuds and full of disturbance; of its two overlords, Henry Kissinger and Alexander Haig; of Ford's men grappling for footholds in the new regime. Describes the shock waves of the Nixon pardon, when the White House temporarily went out of Ford's control into chaos, and the open struggle for power that ensued in the absence of Presidential leadership. Includes an Index. "This is the firs big book of the 1976 Presidential campaign. It is written on behalf of no candidate, but is is certainly not going to help Gerald Ford very much. Reeve's report is frightening and provocative in its demystification of a President whose hallmark is his openness." - Paul Zimmerman, Newsweek
(Key Words: Politis, Gerald Ford, Richard M. Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Alexander Haig, United States Presidents, Michael Harrington, Nelson Rockefeller, Watergate Scandal, Ronald Nessen, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Vice Presidents, Philip W. Buchen).