Sex with presidents : the ins and outs of love and lust in the White House / Eleanor Herman
Book | William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers | 2020 | First edition.
2 holds on first copy returned of 7 copies

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First edition.
368 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages [365]-368).
Introduction -- Article I: Sources -- Article II: The changing White House -- The men who become president, risk-taking narcissism -- Alexander Hamilton and the impulse of passion -- Thomas Jefferson's pursuit of happiness -- Grover Cleveland's high character -- Woodrow Wilson's throbbing pulses -- Warren G. Harding's excruciating joy -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the good-looking ladies -- Dwight Eisenhower out of practice in love -- John F. Kennedy's terrible headaches -- Lyndon Johnson and half the people in the world -- Gary Hart and the monkey business that changed everything -- Bill Clinton did not have sex with that woman -- Donald Trump can do anything -- From ooh-la-la to bunga bunga: the political sex scandals of other nations -- Conclusion.
Herman uncovers the bedroom secrets and sex scandals of American presidents, and explores the surprising ways voters have reacted to their leaders' sex scandals. Does rampant adultery show a lack of character-- or the stamina needed to run the country? What is sex like with the most powerful man in the world? And when America finally elects a female president, will she, too, have sexual escapades in the Oval Office?
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