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One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in 1966, was “undeniably a great man…in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christlike charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, ...
Although he built a business empire, Trump is arguably the least prepared president in U.S. history, never having been elected or appointed to public office. As a candidate for the White House, Trump touted his lack of political experience as a virtue. Thomas A. Bailey, however, observed in his classic book, ...

Thomas A. Bailey, a historian from Stanford university, wrote in 1966 that Lincoln was "undeniably a great man ... in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christ-like charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, in holding together a discordant political following, in interpreting ...
Thomas A. Bailey, a sympathetic historian noted that “Franklin Roosevelt repeatedly deceived the American people during the period before Pearl Harbor....He was like the physician who must tell the patient lies for the patient's own good...because the masses are notoriously shortsighted and generally ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in 1966, was “undeniably a great man…in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christlike charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, ...
Fifty years ago historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford University published one of my favorite books. In “Presidential Greatness,” Bailey used dozens of markers to analyze each American president's record. He then rated all presidents up to Lyndon Johnson as great, near great, average, below average, ...

One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in 1966, was “undeniably a great man…in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christlike charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, ...
Stanford historian Thomas A. Bailey claimed the Schlesinger polls included a bias toward Democrats, liberals and anyone with a connection to Harvard. But over the years, various presidential rankings have focused on a small set of presidents who always appear at the top of these surveys of historians.
While U.S. military and technological innovation brought World War II to a close, it was a later use of technology--the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957--that historian Thomas A. Bailey called the equivalent of a “psychological Pearl Harbor” for many Americans. It created deep feelings of inadequacy and a ...
He was born into wealth and had a privileged upbringing in New York City. He graduated from an Ivy League college. He first became known nationally for his best-selling books. He had a bigger-than-life personality that appealed to many people, but offended others. He had an overweening ego and was ...
Thomas A. Bailey, a historian from Stanford university, wrote in 1966 that Lincoln was "undeniably a great man ... in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christ-like charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, in holding together a discordant political following, in interpreting ...
Thomas A. Bailey, a sympathetic historian noted that “Franklin Roosevelt repeatedly deceived the American people during the period before Pearl Harbor....He was like the physician who must tell the patient lies for the patient's own good...because the masses are notoriously shortsighted and generally ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in 1966, was “undeniably a great man…in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christlike charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, ...
Fifty years ago historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford University published one of my favorite books. In “Presidential Greatness,” Bailey used dozens of markers to analyze each American president's record. He then rated all presidents up to Lyndon Johnson as great, near great, average, below average, ...
Whoever wrote Boorstin and Kelley's textbook, along with whoever wrote The American Pageant, are to blame for repeating these canards half a century later. And Boorstin, Kelley, and the "authors" of The American Pageant, David M. Kennedy, Lizabeth Cohen, and Thomas A. Bailey, are to blame for not ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in 1966, was “undeniably a great man…in spirit, in humility, in humanity, in magnanimity, in patience, in Christlike charity, in capacity for growth, in political instincts, ...
Stanford historian Thomas A. Bailey claimed the Schlesinger polls included a bias toward Democrats, liberals and anyone with a connection to Harvard. But over the years, various presidential rankings have focused on a small set of presidents who always appear at the top of these surveys of historians.

While U.S. military and technological innovation brought World War II to a close, it was a later use of technology--the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957--that historian Thomas A. Bailey called the equivalent of a “psychological Pearl Harbor” for many Americans. It created deep feelings of inadequacy and a ...
Historians were said to be on the move; they were writing and ... a point once advanced by Thomas A. Bailey in his “The Obligation of the ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in ...
Fifty years ago historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford University published one of my favorite books. In “Presidential Greatness,” Bailey used ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in ...
Stanford historian Thomas A. Bailey claimed the Schlesinger polls included a bias toward Democrats, liberals and anyone with a connection to ...
... to a close, it was a later use of technology--the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957--that historian Thomas A. Bailey called the equivalent of a ...
Oddballs of the produce stand, tomatoes and avocados are fruits, as most people know. Yet more often than not they're found alongside vegetables in savory ...
Too much medicine relies on fatally flawed research. Epidemiologist John P.A. Ioannidis leads the charge to ensure health care you can count on. Alex Nabaum.
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in ...
Fifty years ago historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford University published one of my favorite books. In “Presidential Greatness,” Bailey used ...
And Boorstin, Kelley, and the "authors" of The American Pageant, David M. Kennedy, Lizabeth Cohen, and Thomas A. Bailey, are to blame for ...
One could begin with his personal qualities and note the encomium of the political historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford. Lincoln, he wrote in ...
Stanford historian Thomas A. Bailey claimed the Schlesinger polls included a bias toward Democrats, liberals and anyone with a connection to ...
... to a close, it was a later use of technology--the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957--that historian Thomas A. Bailey called the equivalent of a ...
Thomas A. Bailey, The Mythmakers of American History ... It is not just scientists and historians who need to research in great depth before ...
Information cited by Davison in the article can be found in books: "The American Pageant" by Thomas A. Bailey and David M. Kennedy; "History of the 5th Air Force" by Karic and Kelley; "Day of Infamy" by Walter Lord; "I was there" - December 1941 by ...
Fifty years ago historian Thomas A. Bailey of Stanford University published one of my favorite books. In "Presidential Greatness," Bailey used dozens of markers to analyze each American president's record.
In the history of the world, the Post had never printed six myths - it is, after all, a "five myth" series - but I figured the editor was sure to bloody up at least one myth so it could no longer remain standing.


 

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