Larry Flynt is the legendary publisher of Hustler magazine and has been a famous crusader for First Amendment and privacy rights for over three decades. His landmark Supreme Court case, Hustler Magazine v. Falwell, is taught in law schools throughout the United States. A former political candidate, Flynt remains active in his longstanding campaign to expose sexual hypocrisy in politics and transform the national political dialogue. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
David Eisenbach, Ph.D., is an award-winning historian who teaches American political history at Columbia University. He was the creator and host of the two-hour History Channel special, The Beltway Unbuckled, about how presidential sex shaped American history. He lives in New York City.
This is an excellent written book with numerous and perhaps unknown and hilarious facts and scandals.Published 6 months ago by helen m jones
Skeletons in the political closet did not start in modern day politics. An absolutely fun read.Published 6 months ago by Professor Charles Golden MHS
Let's face it. Gossip is fun. This book was co-authored by a university professor who really knows his presidents. I am very familiar with U.S. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Virginia music lover
A different slant on the effect things have on the outcome of Major things in life and our past which most people do not hearPublished 13 months ago by R.E.L.
Gets into some details I never heard before. Like Abe Lincoln (shocked) and such apparent upright citizens like Wilson and Truman. Very impressed.Published 16 months ago by Sean Perry
I must say that I found this book interesting. There are those who follow what sports athletes, film stars and others do behind closed and not so open doors so why not write about... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Luba
Pass on this piece of trash literature. It's got nothing in it that remotely interests me. Bores me to tears.Published 17 months ago by Man O. Steele
Mr. Flint and co-author, David Eisenbach, wrote a great story about political misdeeds that just did not happen yesterday but from the beginning of our government's beginning. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lisa Tyler