Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Poll: What was the best 20th Century Presidential Autobiography?

The poll has closed for the question, "What was the best 20th Century Presidential Autobiography?" Thanks to all who participated by voting.

There was a tie for first place. The Autobiography of Harry Truman and The Memoirs of Richard Nixon each got 23% of the vote. My Life by Bill Clinton got 19%. An American Life by Ronald Reagan received 14% of the vote. Silent Cal (The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge) came in last with 9%.

1 comment:

Scott said...

Autobiographies are interesting, but can be a bit self serving. I would rather read a biography by someone else who wants to learn more about the person and does not have a agenda.