In just five days, on February 17th (President’s Day), historian David Pietrusza will be speaking at an open-house event hosted by the Coolidge Foundation in Plymouth Notch to discuss his excellent book, “1920: The Year of the Six Presidents.” The first 15 guests receive a free copy of the book and all will have an opportunity to learn how full that year was, not only with the six Presidents we meet within Mr. Pietrusza’s narrative but to mark the centennial of that historic year which culminated in the election of Harding and Coolidge to national leadership.
If you have not done so, please check out Mr. Pietrusza’s “1920” and, for that matter, his many other books on election history, baseball, and not so quiet Cal. It is always enriching to hear Mr. Pietrusza. Hope you will be able to attend.
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The Six Presidents book is superb!