The Right Coast
June 22, 2004
By Mike Rappaport
David Bernstein has a good post defending Warren Harding's presidency. Bernstein points out that Woodrow Wilson is consistently listed as a near great president. Would someone care to explain why?
Bernstein notes that the Federalist Society - Wall Street Journal poll ranked Harding low and Wilson high. I was one of the scholars who participated in that study, but don't blame me.