Vice Presidents

Editor/Author Purcell, Edward L.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Facts On File

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4381-5014-7
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 47
Book Status: Available
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The majority of our vice presidents have been men of extraordinarily high aspiration, ability, and achievement. For some, the vice presidency was the deflating end of a political career; for others, the office was a stepping-stone to the presidency.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • A
  • Adams John
  • Agnew Spiro
  • Arthur Chester A.
  • B
  • Barkley Alben
  • Biden Joe
  • Breckinridge John C.
  • Burr Aaron
  • Bush George H. W.
  • C
  • Calhoun John C.
  • Cheney Dick
  • Clinton George
  • Colfax Schuyler
  • Coolidge Calvin
  • Curtis Charles
  • D
  • Dallas George Mifflin
  • Dawes Charles
  • F
  • Fairbanks Charles W.
  • Fillmore Millard
  • Ford Gerald
  • G
  • Garner John Nance
  • Gerry Elbridge
  • Gore Al
  • H
  • Hamlin Hannibal
  • Hendricks Thomas A.
  • Hobart Garret A.
  • Humphrey Hubert
  • J
  • Jefferson Thomas
  • Johnson Andrew
  • Johnson Lyndon B.
  • Johnson Richard Mentor
  • K
  • King William Rufus de Vane
  • M
  • Marshall Thomas R.
  • Mondale Walter
  • Morton Levi Parsons
  • N
  • Nixon Richard
  • Q
  • Quayle Dan
  • R
  • Rockefeller Nelson A.
  • Roosevelt Theodore
  • S
  • Sherman James
  • Stevenson Adlai (vice president)
  • T
  • Tompkins Daniel D.
  • Truman Harry S.
  • Tyler John
  • U
  • Unsuccessful Vice-Presidential Candidates
  • V
  • Van Buren Martin
  • Vice Presidents by State
  • W
  • Wallace Henry A.
  • Wheeler William A.
  • Wilson Henry
  • Bibliography