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A. Scott Berg

Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner A. Scott Berg's first new book in more than ten years is a biography of the enormously important and influential but enigmatic and often mischaracterized twenty-eighth President of the United States, Wilson (G. P. Putnam’s Sons; $40.00).  We meet not only the statesman who led the nation through “the war to end all wars” and pushed an agenda of progressive reforms through Congress that would be exceeded in scope and impact only by FDR’s New Deal, but the ardent suitor and husband who wooed his first wife with thousands of passionate letters. Berg's previous bestselling biographies have all been iconic American figures: editor Maxwell Perkins, filmmaker Samuel Goldwyn, aviator Charles Lindbergh, and actress Katharine Hepburn. 


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