Individual Author Record
Name: William H. RentschlerPen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: Hamilton, Ohio Died: 2009 in Hamilton, Ohio
-- William H. Rentschler on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=william+h.+rentschler
Illinois ConnectionLived in Lake Forest, Illinois, for most of his life.
Biographical and Professional InformationMr. Rentschler was twice a Republican U.S. Senate candidate, in 1960 and 1970, unsuccessful both times. In 1968, he headed the winning re-election campaign for Richard Nixon in Illinois. After the election, Mr. Rentschler served as a special advisor to President Nixon's National Program for Voluntary Action in Washington, DC.
- Goldwater, McGraw Hill, 2000
- Live Each New Day, Highlander Press, 1991
- Paper Sword of Bill Rentschler, Chicago Review Press, 1987
Titles At Your Library
The paper sword of Bill Rentschler
ISBN: 0914091980 Chicago Review Press. 1987 Book by Rentschler, William H
Live Each New Day
ISBN: 0913617148 Highlander Pr. 1991
ISBN: 0809295563 Contemporary Books. 2000 There have been few politicians like Barry Goldwater, the godfather of modern conservatism. His outspoken candor, unquestioned integrity, and deep devotion to what was best for the country are definite contrasts to most of the political figures of today. This collection of exclusive anecdotes and personal stories brings the senator from Arizona to life and reveals the indelible mark he left on the political landscape of the 20th century and beyond.-- This book will be on the shelves just in time for the upcoming presidential election -- the perfect gift for followers of conservative politics-- Unlike most biographies, this is a taut, accessible collection of exclusive anecdotes and colorful stories from former presidents, fellow senators, and many others-- At a time when political integrity is virtually an oxymoron, Goldwater comes across as a shining light to those who are turned off by today's political climate.