Upstairs At The White House J.B. West





Upstairs At The White House  by  J.B. West

Upstairs At The White House by J.B. West
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Through this book the reader is allowed a glimpse into how first ladies of the past have publically supported their presidential husbands and how they chose to use their influence. This book gives insight into who several of the first ladies of the twentieth century were as individuals and how their personalities and values contributed to the way they filled their roles within the While House. As a reader I felt like I was learning history by chatting with someone who knew them personally. In this case, the chat was with J. B. West, chief usher of the White House, who worked with first ladies from the time of the Roosevelt administration to the first weeks of the Nixon presidency.

His role in the White House was primarily to fulfill their wishes within both their private and public lives. He gives a unique insight into the mentality of those working in the White House from one administration to another. In order to not be devastated when one first family leaves and disloyal when another comes in, the staff must align their allegiance to the national agency that is the White House.

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