By Sanford Kanter, Sandra Quinn-Musgrove
A complete paintings concerning the first households' little ones, this is often the single booklet on hand that treats those privileged few at any intensity. The analyzing is pleasant, answering questions resembling, What occurred to...? and, Did this president have any young ones? The e-book is also informative, glimpsing the lives of some who've been shoved into the limelight at a undeniable interval and for generations to come back. traditionally, the paintings capabilities occasionally as a interval piece, occasionally as a human curiosity piece, however it continually serves to assist carry to lifestyles our first households. incorporated (where attainable and/or applicable) are the important information of delivery, marriage, schooling, improvement, occupation, and dying. The booklet is an effective learn, however it additionally serves an ancient function.Aside from the truth that the e-book is informative, examining concerning the lives of the youngsters of America's leader executives is like peering right into a second of the yank identical of royalty. watching the intriguing, painful, humdrum, and heartfelt reports of either the kids and the households can also serve to extend the reader's figuring out of the genuine lives of those emulated households; that they too lead lives which are just like each person's, other than that they're within the ancient highlight. in spite of everything, leaders similar to Lincoln and Kennedy have been compelled to proceed governing the political opinions as their sons died.
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The doctrine announced to the world that the United States was prepared to compete with the world's powerful nations, with its stated purpose of opposing growth of European colonies or the conquest of former colonies in the Western Hemisphere. In 1825 John Quincy Adams became the only son of a president to follow his father into the presidency. Like his father, John Quincy was unpopular with the public. After a heated presidential campaign resulting in a 99 to 84 electoral college vote for the popular General Andrew Jackson, John Quincy became president only because the House of Representatives had the last word on the election's result; and they supported the experience of the former president's son.
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The marriage further strengthed ties of the Jefferson family with the Wayles family—her mother's. Polly's husband became a member of the House of Representatives, and the economic and social strength of these united families represented a substantial power in Virginia and in all of the United States. During the years of her marriage, Polly gave birth to several children, but the final birth ended Polly's life at age twenty-five. At the time of Polly's death, her father was in his second term as president of the United States.
America's Royalty, Rev Sub edition by Sanford Kanter, Sandra Quinn-Musgrove