Saturday, February 2, 2008

Eighteenth President: Ulysses S. Grant - 0 comments

Grant earned his fame as the leading Union general during the Civil War. As president he was known to be amiable and scrupulously honest - but those character traits didn't extend to his administration. His political allies built a byzantine structure of patronage and cronyism, as can happen after wars.


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