Kentucky’s state historian, James Klotter, poses in front of a portrait of Henry Clay at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate. Klotter’s new book explores the famous Lexington statesman and the political forces that doomed each of his five attempts to win the presidency. Amazon.com’s editorial team recently selected it as the best book of the month in history.
Kentucky’s state historian, James Klotter, poses in front of a portrait of Henry Clay at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate. Klotter’s new book explores the famous Lexington statesman and the political forces that doomed each of his five attempts to win the presidency. Amazon.com’s editorial team recently selected it as the best book of the month in history. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
Kentucky’s state historian, James Klotter, poses in front of a portrait of Henry Clay at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate. Klotter’s new book explores the famous Lexington statesman and the political forces that doomed each of his five attempts to win the presidency. Amazon.com’s editorial team recently selected it as the best book of the month in history. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com