En esta suerte de moda de rankear presidentes pasados, debe ser interesante la nueva propuesta de Ivancito Eland.
It's not surprising that the presidents who deserve the highest praise -- John Tyler, Grover Cleveland, Martin Van Buren, and Rutherford B. Hayes -- are among the least known today, Eland suggests. "Most of the 'excellent' presidents," he writes, "are remembered as bland men with gray personalities, but they largely respected the Constitution's intention of limiting government and restraining executive power, especially in regard to war."
500 páginas, tapa dura, 25 mangos. No está mal eh.