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Ulysses S. Grant remains one of the giants in American history, revered and respected by his contemporaries, but viewed ever after as one of the country's most controversial figures. He graduated from West Point in 1843 and went on to have a successful military career before becoming the 18th president of the United States for two terms. These grand accomplishments stand in stark contrast with his failures.

He became an alcoholic and a failed businessman, and the administration during his presidency is regarded as one of the most corrupt in US history. While other prominent Americans look to publishing their recollections as a crowning event undertaken in the leisure of retirement, Grant had to write his 1885 memoir as a means to pay his debts and support his family.

Public Domain (P)2019 Gregg Rizzo

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