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Party Like a President

True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery, and Mischief from the Oval Office

by John Mathias and Brian Abrams

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Party Like a President
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True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery, and Mischief from the Oval Office
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John Mathias and Brian Abrams

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Humor writer Brian Abrams offers a vice-by-vice chronicle — illustrated by John Mathias — of how presidents liked to party.

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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt drinks a glass of wine at a fundraising dinner in 1938. FDR fancied himself quite the skilled mixologist; many of his colleagues disagreed. Thomas D. McAvoy/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images hide caption

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'Party Like A President' Recalls Mixology, Mischief Inside Oval Office

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