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This is dated but a wonderful time capsule of the 1960 run for the White House, the book that set the mold for every presidential election book to follow.Published 5 days ago by Marc Ryan
A fascinating read into the 1960 election; the styles of the 2 big rivals JFK and Richard Nixon, the strains and struggles and also of their tactics, and also a look at what... Read morePublished 1 month ago by booklover2
Theodore White inaugurated his "Making of the President" series with this account of the 1960 presidential election and arguably invented a new form of nonfiction political... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Buzalka
This was one of the first well written books by a reporter "embedded" with a presidential campaign. When it was written there was no internet or cell phone or social media. Read morePublished 3 months ago by tleeminnieme
A great read. Now I can't imagine why any one would go through what it takes to run for president.
enjoyed reading the little known details of a presidential campaign.
A classic political deep-dive into a famous presidential rivalry. Worth your time!Published 4 months ago by John M Barr
the condition of the book was average the content of the pages was good but could have went more into the history of 1960 election of Richard Nixon & John F. Kennedy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Conigliara A. Cooper
This would be a better book if Theodore White could have been more objective about Kennedy, but White seems to be little more than a fanboy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by I The Jury
I have always thought one of the traps of historians is thinking that events in their lifetime are somehow "special". Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andy in Washington