1 edition of Democracy"s big day found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Inauguration of our president, 1789-2009|
|LC Classifications||JK536 .B46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 196 pages :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|ISBN 10||1583484663, 0595889484, 0595885020|
|ISBN 10||9781583484661, 9780595889488, 9780595885022|
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Democracy's Big Day tells stories about the outgoing and incoming presidents who did not get along, the chief justices who improperly administered the presidential oath, the vice president who showed up to the ceremony drunk, and the nine occasions in which the United States had an unplanned and unanticipated inauguration--often for a nation in /5(12).
Democracy's Big Day The Inauguration of our Presidentby Jim Bendat (read 4 May ) This is a neat little book full of facts about every inauguration of a U.
President--even the one performed in by the light of a kerosene lantern. It tells where each was, every memorable detail about such, including the inaugural address /5(4). Democracy's Big Day mentions every President, but the approach is neither chronological nor dry.
Instead, author Jim Bendat has divided the book into the various parts of the Inauguration day, beginning with the morning when the outgoing President has coffee with his successor, proceeding to the Capitol for the ceremony, then continuing with 5/5(1).
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This book mentions every President throughbut the approach is neither chronological nor dry. Bendat divides the book into various parts of the Inauguration Day, beginning when the outgoing President has coffee with his successor. There is also a final chapter called "Sudden Death and Resignation".
Jim Bendat, an inauguration day correspondent for several television networks, talked about his book, Democracy’s Big Day: The Inauguration of Our President,in. Democracys Big Day presents a comprehensive history of presidential inaugurationsfrom George Washington through Barack Obama.
From the morning White House coffee gathering to the evenings parties, the author provides a captivating look at what is truly democracys biggest day. Democracys Big Day presents a comprehensive history of presidential inaugurationsfrom George Washington through Barack Obama.
From the morning White House coffee gathering to the evenings parties, the author provides a captivating look at what is truly democracys biggest day.
Democracys Big Day presents a comprehensive history of presidential inaugurationsfrom George Washington through Democracys big day book Obama. From the morning White House coffee gathering to the evenings parties, the author provides a captivating look at what is truly democracys biggest : Iuniverse.
Democracy's Big Day presents a comprehensive history of presidential inaugurations-from George Washington through Barack Obama. From the morning White House coffee gathering to the evening's parties, the author provides a captivating look at what is truly democracy's biggest day.4/4(1).
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