“a compendium of ‘dirty tricks, cheap shots and October surprises.’”—Playboy
“Anything For a Vote will strike a chord.”—McClatchy-Tribune News Service
“hoot to read.”—The Oregonian
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Excellent historical review of Presidential campaigns. It makes the current campaign much more understandable and relevant. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RJ
I enjoyed this book because it was relevant to the present presidential campaign. It is not a deep analysis but an overview that was certainly entertaining.Published 2 months ago by Linda Cook
A little choppy, but historically correct. Learned that this is not the most nasty election ever - by a long shot.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Simply the best, most fun book on presidential politics I've ever read. I'm hoping Cummins does more in this vein at some point. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John M. English
Enjoyed the book. Politics and history coming together makes for an interesting read.Published 10 months ago by edwin nyamao