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Rove has been involved with the Bush family for nearly 30 years and has worked on every one of George W.'s campaigns. In great detail, the book shows how Rove led Bush, a "reluctant political warrior," all the way to the White House. The portrait of Bush and Rove's relationship is fascinating. Though opposites in many respects, they are an unusually effective political team. But where Bush seemed to fall into politics, Rove has been preparing for his current job all of his life, and Bush has served as a vehicle for Rove's considerable ambitions, the authors contend. "Without Karl Rove, there would be no President George W. Bush," they write. Moore and Slater look deeply into Rove's past to offer copious evidence of his political genius, his tenacity, and his remarkable success rate in getting his clients elected. The facts also portray Rove as unethical, vindictive, and a chronic abuser of power. Loaded with revealing anecdotes and inside information, this is essential reading for anyone looking to understand not only the Bush administration, but how politics really work. --Shawn Carkonen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Karl Rove is Karl Rove. He is an excellent, but thoroughly devious, political strategist. You make a mistake not getting to know about him, especially some of his past antics and... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Madison
Consummate book on Rove. I enjoyed it. It was a compelling read. didnt know these reviews had a word limit.Published 2 months ago by maalik simmons
This is the only book I know of that reveals the real reason that Bush opted to start the Iraq War. He was not a Neocon determined to please Israel. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Diatonic
I bought this only so I could lament that I overpaid for Bush's Brain since it cost a whole penny.Published on October 4, 2011 by Braunvieh Bart
I strongly dislike Mr. Rove, and was hoping for even more evidence to bolster my opinion.
The book opens with a hymn of praise for Mr. Rove's skill at dirty tricks. Read more
An interesting tale about how Karl Rove, son of a Rocky mountain geologist, and a "political savant extraordinaire," a virtual Bobby Fischer of politics, with the same kind of a... Read morePublished on February 2, 2008 by Herbert L Calhoun
this book shows that without someone else's input this president would not have made it to any elected position. it is all smoke and mirrors for this administration.Published on October 10, 2007 by J. F. Karnitz
This review is not a memoir. Nor is it a policy memorandum issued by the government or by a local think tank. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by carnage
Reading about Rove's contempt for fair play from the beginning of his career is absolutely chilling. Read morePublished on March 24, 2006 by Paul Rogat Loeb