‘Let Us Have Peace’: Remembering General Ulysses S. Grant – Analysis
In Grant’s case ... and if it did so it would be with nuclear weapons. Under Eisenhower, that kept the peace for eight years. You may be interested in why scholars write books about particular people. In my own case, is has to do with family heritage.
U.S. Grant and the Worst President Stuff.
I need to take a break from discussing the most important issue of our time, energy and climate change, because the subject just makes me feel sick as increasingly it is growing hopeless. Exhausted, I think I'll discuss a subject dear to my heart, other ...
Conversation: Jean Smith's New Biography of General Ulysses S. Grant
RAY SUAREZ: It's easy to forget just what a mess the country was in 1868 ... Party was concerned because he wasn't campaigning. They thought Horace Greeley was going to win, and Grant told them only two people have campaigned for the presidency before ...
The Politics of Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) lived most of his life outside of the political spotlight. In fact, for the first 46 years of his life, Grant never publically admitted to holding any political affiliation whatsoever. When he was elected President ...
However, the general did not feel comfortable around the professional politicians. When elected president, he brought some reform politicians into his cabinet ... because Belknap resigned from office. Ulysses S. Grant lead a rogue government.