• Presidents Are People Too!

  • By: Alexis Coe, Elliott Kalan
  • Length: 10 hrs
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  • Release date: 10-27-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Presidents Are People Too!, Audible Original
  • 5 out of 5 stars 5.0 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Presidents Are People Too! transforms American presidents into real-life people - complete with flaws, quirks, and scandals you won’t find in history books. Comedian Elliott Kalan and historian Alexis Coe talk to experts, comedians, journalists, and re-enactors to better understand the leaders memorialized on the Washington Mall, as well as those who you may have forgotten.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mackenzie on 05-22-18

I need the rest!

I'm so hoping this series continues and covers more presidents. It's charming and fun, respectful when appropriate but not afraid to poke fun at the ridiculousness at some of our past leaders. I particularly like the episodes about some of the more obscure figures, like Calvin Coolidge, which make largely forgotten men seem fresh and interesting.

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