As a former Arkansas TV journalist who quite often was the target of the Clinton wrath, I found Tag Teaming the Press
a thoroughly enlightening report of what it was like when Bill and Hillary were in their 'formative' stages as far as their attitudes toward the media and the First Amendment are concerned. Temper and patience, anger and schmoozing―it's all here to see, warts and all. (Mel Hanks, Fort Hays State University)
A lively and revealing account of the odd dance between the media and the First Family of politics and press relations. With fascinating anecdotes and sharp insight, James E. Mueller pulls back the curtain on Bill and Hillary Clinton's mastery of media relations. Read Tag Teaming the Press
and you'll understand―this is how the Clintons do it. (Wayne Slater, writer, Dallas Morning News and coauthor of Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential)
About the Author
James E. Mueller is associate professor of journalism at the University of North Texas.