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Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race Hardcover – October 11, 2005
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Dick Morris served as Bill Clinton's political consultant for twenty years. A regular political commentator on Fox News, he is the author of ten New York Times bestsellers (all with Eileen McGann) and one Washington Post bestseller.
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Dick Morris and his wife Eileen McGann paint an interesting tale of what a presidential election would be like if these two women were primary candidates for President. They also give much background on each woman. This is when you realize how different each woman lived leading up to this stage of their life.
I realize that Dick Morris has had his problems with the Clinton's before but I belive he is the only one who knows them best. He points out Hillary's good points, her steadfast determination to become the first woman President. He also points out her bad points, as her volitile personality that erupts if not kept under control.
I enjoyed reading of Condi's education and development as she pursued her interest in foreign affairs. Part of this book dealt with how to start a grass root campaign for Condi as was done for Eisenhower before his election as President. He also states her negative points are that she has never been elected to office and has had no experience in domestic problems.
After reading some other reviews here I am sure many of them had never read the book. They are just against it because Morris must hate Hilliary and wish her defeated. All I can say is read the book then decide.
There is no doubt that Dick Morris is biased against Hillary. He details many of her failings but, if such a thing could be said, he does so fairly. He points out her strengths and her real dedication to a few causes. Even while disagreeing with those causes, I can respect the viewpoint. In the end, though, this is not somebody I want.
Morris shows a preference for Condoleezza Rice. He enumerates her strengths but he is also honest about some of her failings. Missing something like the breakup of the USSR while being the NSC representative responsible for the USSR is not a minor glitch.
The contrast in characters between these two possible candidates is worthwhile but the real interest is in seeing an insider's view of how the system works. That made the book worthwhile.
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