Wild Women in the White House
By Autumn Stephens
Women in the White House (Conari Press/trade paperback, 211 pages)
is not only about sex in the Oval
Office (as well as Presidential suites and bedrooms)-- but
much of the book deals with that enticing topic. Jacqueline Kennedy
claimed, "I don't think there are any
men who are faithful to their wives,"--and from Franklin
Roosevelt to JFK himself, Commanders-in-Chief have proved no exception
to the wiles of actresses, divorcees, and even
Among the lascivious ladies were Nan Britton who carried on a torrid affair with President Warren Harding (an otherwise good Republican) in the 1920s and Rose Cleveland who served as official hostess for her brother President Grover Cleveland (while carrying on an affair with her long time female lover). In more recent times, there have been, among others, Alice Glass, a free-spirited socialite who shared LBJ's bed (but not his support for the Vietnam War) and (of course) Hillary Clinton, the brilliant, outspoken First Lady whose public and private life has been wrought with speculation and controversy.
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