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Authors worked to keep bias out of book on presidential trios

“We collected all this data, and I said to Tom [Kelly], ‘There are a lot of books about presidents. How do we make this one unique?’ ” says Doug Lonnstrom. “We started talking about three in a row, the three greatest, the second three greatest and the three worst in a row.”
“We collected all this data, and I said to Tom [Kelly], ‘There are a lot of books about presidents. How do we make this one unique?’ ” says Doug Lonnstrom. “We started talking about three in a row, the three greatest, the second three greatest and the three worst in a row.”
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In Doug Lonnstrom’s personal list of favorite things, history seems to come in a distant fourth behind his love of golf, his passion for flying and his fascination with numbers. Or does it? Perusing the past, you could argue, is actually a pretty big deal to the Siena College statistics professor, who seems to weave history into just about everything he does. “U.S. Presidents: From Awesome to Awful,” his latest book from Three Lakes Publishing, ...


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