A Ford, Not a Lincoln

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A Ford, Not a Lincoln

By Richard Reeves
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975
212 pp. $8.95

A sprightly, irreverent, and decidedly uncomplimentary chronicle of the Gerald Ford presidency. The author's gloomy conclusion: that the President is a reflection of the political inertia and intellectual emptiness of the people.

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