'Heart Of Power' Probes Presidential Priorities

In the new book The Heart of Power writer and political scientist James Morone examines how the health issues faced by past presidents may have helped shape their health care priorities and policies. From Franklin Roosevelt to Clinton, how did the personal and the public intersect?

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