A Feigned Presidency: The Anguish of President Franklin Pierce and the First Lady

by Philip Jett Many believe that the most melancholy couple in the White House must have been the Lincolns. They endured the horrific American Civil War and suffered the loss of a child while in office.  Only one of their … Read the article The post A Feigned Presidency: The Anguish of President Franklin Pierce […]

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by Philip Jett

Many believe that the most melancholy couple in the White House must have been the Lincolns. They endured the horrific American Civil War and suffered the loss of a child while in office.  Only one of their … Read the article

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