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Not yet an authoritative account, but an affectionate start on the life of an American political icon, for good and bad.Published 17 days ago by Luke Schleusener
Having grown up in the Boston area, been directly effected by some of legislation passed while O'Neill was in the House, and familiar with many of the names from that era, I found... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leonard Aubrey
Good if you like your politics the old-fashiond way - before they went to Hell in a hand basket.Published 5 months ago by George B. Upton
John Farrell has written a fantastic biography of Tip O'Neill. Too many biographies are dry and gloss over important historical details only to get bogged down in previously... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steve
An honest view of the last great Democrat. If you really want to understand politics this is an essential read.Published 12 months ago by Charles P. Oconnor
Enjoyed this book about Tip O Neal. I can appreciate him even though I'm a conservative Republican to was informative to hear his side of battles and replay historic events.Published 15 months ago by Karen Richard
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 17 months 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 17 months 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 17 months ago by Lucy