By John Maxwell Hamilton,Robert Mann
Baker’s place gave him a unprecedented vantage aspect from which to view historical past within the making. He stored a voluminous diary of his carrier to the president, starting together with his voyage to Europe and lasting via his time as press secretary. not like Baker’s released books approximately Wilson, leavened via a lot mirrored image, his diary permits smooth readers unfiltered impressions of key moments in historical past through a considerate within observer.
Published the following for the 1st time, this long-neglected resource comprises an creation through John Maxwell Hamilton and Robert Mann that locations Baker and his diary into old context.
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