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When dealing with the Reagan-O'Neill struggle, the book is excellent, but much of the rest is tedious as best. Should have been a magazine article, not a book. Read morePublished 20 days ago by George Merlis
Terrific. Completely engrossing. Gives you real insight into how government really works. He was a man of great of great deeds and a real character.Published 1 month ago by scott
I wish I had read this years ago, but it stands the test of time. It should be required reading for students of 20th century history and the art of congressional politics.Published 1 month ago by Lucy
This is an extraordinary biography of someone who played a major role in American history. Even when O'Neill was not the driving force, he the reader can witness some of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by RH Hickman
There are lessons in this book for those who care about how dysfunctional Congress has become. Well worth the readPublished 4 months ago by Thomas O'Connor
Detailed to the extreme and so many of these players are still around. Excellently explained and the energy of the author in his description of the why? is clearly defined. Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. Kazmierski
Have not read this book as of the time of this review, so I felt like I had to give it the benefit of doubt, giving it 5 stars, after reading,I may have to change my review.Published 5 months ago by Bo Baker
Gives you a lot of insight into an influential political figure who fought for the little guy! Worth the read.Published 6 months ago by Creed S. Pogue
True to it's time. Great story. Great part of history.
Memories of Tip and knowing some of his family made it a good memory