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First let me say that Joe Klein tells us, near the end of the book, that when he was young he was a liberal, but he found the meaning of liberal to have changed significantly and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jerry B Schutz
A sad book that tells too many truths about political parties and how they are no longer about public service, but about preserving incumbencies by courting corporate puppeteers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Jean Mayer
Awesome ideas, loved Klein's opening to the book, definitely recommend.
A bit wordy but still understandable. Definitely worth the buy.
Joe Klein has been around American politics, politicians, and election campaigns for many years. His energy and commitment is as much a tribute to him as his skill in... Read morePublished on May 4, 2013 by Gerard Wills
This election year has been uneventful, both top contenders for the presidency have played it safe and used the usual bag of tricks of negative ads and rhetoric. Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by Dr. Wilson Trivino
Joe Klein is an exceptionally talented writer. He knows politics and he expresses the reality very well. I'm enjoying the book muchly. Read morePublished on December 15, 2010 by J. I. Monroe
Written in August 2005, this is not a statement by a timid an anonymous author (as was the case in his Primary Colors). Read morePublished on November 30, 2008 by Herbert L Calhoun
By Joe Klein's reckoning, the greatest scourge of political consultants in the past three decades has been the elimination of Turnip Days - and he may well be right. Read morePublished on August 31, 2007 by Steve Koss
This book is boring in that there are no SOLUTIONS. Plenty of spotlight on the Problems. Like George W. Bush. Read morePublished on August 25, 2007 by Michael Mathiesen