Caught up in the drudgery of his day-to-day existence as a criminal trial attorney, David Cross decides to take a roadtrip across the country to spend time with a higher class of people – the presidents of the United States. During this trip he visits each of the official thirteen Presidential Libraries, meeting docents, writers, archivists, and just plain folks who, like him, want to get to know the presidents better. Travel across the country with David as he ponders the origins and the roles of the Presidential Libraries, as well as the nature in which our presidential history is created. This book is a must or anybody who loves American History but also wants to look behind the curtain to see how it is made.
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