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All Too Human: A Political Education Hardcover – Deckle Edge, March 11, 1999
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For the next four years, Stephanopoulos was a few feet from the president, advising him on everything from Iraq and Waco to gays in the military and Paula Jones. More than any book yet--including Monica Lewinsky's--Stephanopoulos's memoir reveals what went on in the scary, occasionally hilarious world backstage at the White House. He casts stark light on characters from Yeltsin, "like a boiled potato slathered in sour cream," to the author's nemesis Dick Morris, whom he depicts bellowing for Clinton to bomb Bosnia. And nobody who's talking knows as well as Stephanopoulos the most passionate, mystifying affair of all, between Bill and Hillary.
But years of backroom scheming, screaming, and relentless political attacks took a toll. Stephanopoulos's face erupted in hives; he grew a beard. Slammed by clinical depression, he dangerously delayed medical attention, fearing the story might leak. This memoir could've been titled Prisoner of Spin. Written with the jittery cadence of a bookie, All Too Human is a lively look at the complex and motley cast of characters who rule the world. --Rebekah Warren
From Library Journal
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Top Customer Reviews
It confirmed what I'd felt reading newspapers about the Clinton administration during the first term; the White House and Congress are not all working together in the best interests of the US. Rather, each faction, whether Repub, Demo, Special Interest, etc. is only trying to maximize their own interests at the expense of anyone else's. (Sounds like a good application for Nash's game theory). Sure, this account is not an objective overview of anything; this is what George saw, felt, did, how he failed and succeeded. Anyone wanting to work in politics will find it interesting. Anyone affected by politics (that's all of us citizens) will cringe at realizing it's all on the job training each time a new administration comes in to office. I really enjoyed the read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such a well written, informative, and amazing story. I couldn't put the book down it was so interesting. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Judy
The first time I read this, I loved it. Insightful, funny, and very well written. I know it's a memoir, but this time around it seemed just a bit egocentric :) but for anyone who... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Katie M.
Interesting inside look at how our form of govt. operates. A good chance when a member of congress or the Senate gives a speech , there is a good probability the text of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by B. L. Jordan
I enjoyed reading this book very much, and being a follower of George Stephanopoulos' question my previous feeling of former President Clinton.Published 10 months ago by Shirley Bermudez
Stephanopoulos provides some interesting insights....but it's clear he unashamedly was mostly advancing his own career goals and narcissistic needs. Read morePublished 11 months ago by RJP
George Stephanopoulos is the Patti Boyd of politics, that is Boyd inspired great songs such as George Harrison's Something and Eric Clapton's Layla (amongst others) while... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kindle Enthusiast
Today too many people who are fixated on "fixing the Presidency' don't really seem to have a clue how the organization and process works, and that sadly applies to would-be... Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. J. Clavadetscher
No wonder Stephanopoulos is peeking with one eye.
He is a political being of the lowest order. It is hard to believe he is Greek and the son of religious people. Read more