I really enjoyed this one. It took me a while to access the audio, hence the delay in continuing this series, but this was a great book. I liked James Monroe as a person better than I expected (barring the slave-holding part). He struck me as a capable president and he had a fascinating, eventful life.
I should have written this post when the book was fresh in my mind, but alas, my executive dysfunction dictated otherwise. I do recommend it though! I’m also going to schedule the next post about John Quincy Adams RIGHT NOW, because I am being PRODUCTIVE.