Lindsay M. Chervinsky

Photo of Lindsay M. ChervinskyPhoto | Beth Wood PhotographyLindsay M. Chervinsky is a presidential historian and Scholar in Residence at the Institute for Thomas Paine Studies at Iona College. She writes regular columns in The Hill and Governing, and has contributed to the Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, among others. She has appeared on CNN, NPR, Fox News, and Julie Mason Mornings and is a frequent commentator on politics and the presidency.

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Cover: The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American InstitutionThe Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American InstitutionChervinsky, Lindsay M.PAPERBACK02/08/2022$17.95Not yet available
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