American Forum - Second Acts: Presidential Lives and Legacies After the White House
Mark K. Updegrove
October 16, 2006 - December 13, 1901
Mark K. Updegrove, formerly the Los Angeles manager of TIME magazine, and President of TIME Canada, writes of the valuable services former presidents perform as political advisors and international emissaries. He reports on Eisenhower taking Kennedy to the woodshed on the Bay of Pigs crisis, Carter earning the Nobel Peace Prize, and Bush (41) and Clinton joining forces for tsunami and Katrina relief.