Monthly Archives: June 2016

Grover Cleveland: A Study in Character — Alyn Brodsky

Grover Cleveland is an impressive figure: the only Democrat to be voted into office between Buchanan and Wilson, he won the popular vote three times in a row, in the elections of 1884, ’88, and ’92. The vagaries of the … Continue reading

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Chester Alan Arthur — Zachary Karabell

I was pleasantly surprised reading about Chester Arthur: I had an inkling from Candice Millard’s biography of Garfield that Arthur would prove to be an interesting figure, but I was not expecting myself to feel so sympathetic towards him. He … Continue reading

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