American Vice Presidency|
See also American Presidency.
Sol Barzman. Madmen and Geniuses: The Vice-Presidents of the United States. Follett. 1974. 335pp.
Jody C. Baumgartner. The American Vice Presidency Reconsidered. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 184pp.
Michael Harwood. In the Shadow of Presidents: The American Vice-Presidency and Succession System. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott. 1966. 239pp.
Louis Clinton Hatch. A History of the Vice-Presidency of the United States. American Historical Society. 1934. 437pp.
Paul Kengor. Wreath Layer Or Policy Player? The Vice President's Role in Foreign Policy. Lexington Books. 2000. 325pp.
Vance Robert Kincade. Heirs Apparent: Solving the Vice Presidential Dilemma. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2000. 157pp.
Steve Tally. Bland Ambition: From Adams to Quayle: The Cranks, Criminals, Tax Cheats, and Golfers who Made it to Vice President. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 1992. 404pp.
Robert I. Vexler. The Vice-Presidents and Cabinet Members: Biographies Arranged Chronologically by Administration. Oceana Publications. 1975. 887pp.
Timothy Walch (editor). At the President's Side: The Vice Presidency in the Twentieth Century. University of Missouri Press. 1997. 250pp.
Irving G. Williams. The Rise of the Vice Presidency. Public Affairs Press. 1956. 266pp.
Jules Witcover. Crapshoot: Rolling the Dice on the Vice Presidency: From Adams and Jefferson to Truman and Quayle. Crown. 1992. 450pp.
Donald Young. American Roulette: The History and Dilemma of the Vice Presidency. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1965. 367pp.
Klyde Young; Lamar Middleton. Heirs Apparent: The Vice Presidents of the United States. Prentice-Hall. 1948. 314pp.
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