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Every American citizen should read, an have this book in there library. Hard hitting, factual journalism. Thank you Lou, Jake.Published 13 months ago by Albert R. Cuff, Sr.
Half of this book was written by Jake Bernstein. I guess when Amazon listed the credits, Jake got hijacked. This is fun reading if you are progressively inclined.Published on May 19, 2013 by Steve
Reading this book today makes Cheney look like a piker compared to the Obama administration with its Chicago thuggery and czars who bypass the Congress and have relegated the U.S. Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by Avid Reader
This book shows how a weak president can be manipulated by powerful people. It reminds us how fragile our system can be.Published on April 17, 2011 by Peter A.
"Cheney brought to the Bush ticket experience and gravitas." (Indeed he was a difficult guy to beat in a debate) "authority that often subsumes the President. Read morePublished on March 9, 2010 by zz top
I'd be more sympathetic to this book if the title did not impute so much villainy to Mr. Cheney. A more apt title might have played on Napoleon's famous comment, "I found the... Read morePublished on September 16, 2009 by Myrna Minkoff
This book confirms what I already knew. Cheney is one cold hearted disgust bucket!!!Published on June 27, 2009 by D. Greene
This is perhaps the most insightful book published so far of the Bush-Cheney era, and certainly the most in depth look into the exploits of a man who has been at the center of... Read morePublished on October 4, 2007 by Stan S. Spence
Former president Richard Nixon was often referred to as Tricksy Dick by his critics. Such a name is probably more appropriate for our current vice president, Dick Cheney. Read morePublished on April 3, 2007 by Newton Ooi