From Publishers Weekly
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Chris Matthews presents a surprisingly balanced view of the two principals. He is not so laudatory of Kennedy that it seems slanted, nor he is so dismissive of Nixon that it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick Mayo
If you are a historical political junkie as I am this is quite informative AND entertaining reading!Published 1 month ago by DrKimCrawford
The complicated relationship between Nixon and Kennedy is very interesting.
I realized, reading this book, that I am not able to handle the truth.
I suggest you read all of Chris Matthews books in chronological order. I did not and in some of the books we does take the liberty of using material from other books. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bruce Olitzky
I had no idea there was this intense rivalry between the two or that Nixon was so obsessed with the Kennedys so much so that Watergate could be directly traced to this paranoia,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jerri Libert
An interesting treatment of an historical political rivalry during a formative time for our nation. I remember the headlines as a teenager but only now can see the backscriptPublished 16 months ago by Michael H
Of all the books published on these two presidents, this book brings us first contact as equals, beginning their respective political careers. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Robert E. Dennis
JFK was a playboy who never passed a piece of legislation. His book PT-103 won awards since his dad Joesph Kennedy paid off the writer's. Read morePublished 20 months ago by D Donald Snyder
Skip this book, unless you feel the need for reassurance that all of our recent Presidents have been, underneath, honorable, goodly men. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark Tracy