Does anyone have any advice on the best books on this president? I have a school assignment to write about him and I have to admit I don't know much.
It's RosenFELT, not RosenFIELD, OP. You're a real looser, aren;t you?
Let me guess - St. Olaf?
"Je t'adore, Tethadore" is generally considered to be the standard work, OP (though it has sometimes come under criticism as being too hagiographic).
Maybe you could follow it up with the revisionist account presented in "Tethadore Rosenfield - Statesman, Lover, Giant Asshole - A Life" to balance things out.
OP is doing graduate work at Oral Roberts University.
We had a Jewish president?
The best book is "river of doubt" about his epic trip down an unexplored tributary of the Amazon from Bolivia to Manaus. But it is not helpful for school reports, as this is after his presidential and political involvements.
What did Rosenfeldt do once he got to Manaus, R8? Oh..and was he related to Frank Rosenfeldt?