Hail to the Chiefs: My Life and Times with Six Presidents
Coward-McCann, 1970 - 320 páginas
Ruth Montgomery, famous as the author of one of the best-selling books in publishing history, A Gift of Prophecy: The Phenomenal Jeane Dixon, returns in her sparkling new book, Hail to the Chiefs, to the Washington scene she explored for twenty-five years as a widely syndicated columnist first for a huge and powerful newspaper and later for an equally influential wire service. The result is a White House book that has fascinating anecdotes and personalities on every sprightly page, by a reporter who has known Presidents, First Ladies, and their families from the Nixons to the Roosevelts. Ruth Montgomery's readers will also be fascinated with her outspoken account of how she became involved in the psychic field and its personalities, principally with famed Washington seeress Jeane Dixon, about whom A Gift of Prophecy was written. She also tells the stories behind her other books on psychic phenomena and reincarnation -- A Search for the Truth and Here and Hereafter -- as well as the biography of Mrs. LBJ completed with Lady Bird Johnson's cooperation. With Hail to the Chiefs Ruth Montgomery returns to the exciting political and social life of the nation's capital to write the most irresistible and glittering memoir to come ot of Washington in years.
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