There are only 2 books on politics that I have read over and over.
For the (few) uninitiated, the book is about the 1988 presidential election campaign, but that is really only a part of the story.
His insight into the character of the subjects of this book and their challenges they face makes it compelling.
While fast-paced and very informative, this book seems never-ending -- and I'm one who reads books in a few days, at most. Read morePublished 10 days ago by C. Pell
Took me forever to read all 1,00+ plus pages, but glad I did. Incredible insights into the process and ego required to take a run at being leader of the free world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian Goeselt
I had really high hopes for this book. I was hoping for something along the lines of a Game Change or a Double Down.
The material is certainly there. Read more
Lieutenant in US Navy at 18. Graduated from Yale in 2.5 years Phi Beta Kappa at 24. Muddling in the oil business + multi millionaire by 30. US House Rep of Texas. UN Ambassador. Read morePublished 1 month ago by divineproportion
I found this book to be biased and belittling of the candidates.. The most egregious was toward the end of the book and the end of the campaign when he was standing close to VP... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Southern Gardener
No better book about what it takes to run for President.------ Dale PullenPublished 2 months ago by Dewey