"...A fascinating book, an invasive, incisive and merciless probe of the guts of the Clinton administration." -- Akiva Eldar,
"A carefully researched account that challenges conventional interpretations of the Camp David summit of 2000." -- William B. Quandt, Professor of Politics, University of Virginia, author of Peace Process
"Any future mediator will have to read this account before the start of any final-status negotiations." -- Charles Enderlin, author of Shattered Dreams and Jerusalem Bureau chief of France 2 television
"Challenging the pieties and political correctness of American discourse, Swisher makes a convincing case." -- L. Carl Brown, Foreign Affairs, September/October 2005
About the Author
CLAYTON E. SWISHER, a former marine reservist and federal criminal investigator, was educated at the University of Pittsburgh and Georgetown University, and is currently studying Law & Economics part-time at George Mason University. Swisher works as an associate for a Middle East consulting firm in Washington, D.C. where he resides.