- Hardcover: 304 pages
- Publisher: World Ahead Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (May 31, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0974670138
- ISBN-13: 978-0974670133
- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.1 x 9.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,087,501 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine 1st Edition
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The author is giving a portion of her royalties to helping victims of domestic assault. The author went to Bill Clinton's office demanding that he sign an apology to the women highlighted in the book. She was refused entry. The book's title is in direct response to Bill Clinton's book 'My Life.' --n/a
Candice has appeared on over 125 radio and TV shows in support, including Fox & Friends. The continued interest in this title has been gratifying. --n/a
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The stories that Bill Clinton left out of his best-selling memoir "My Life" are finally revealed in this shocking new book.
Candice E. Jackson's "Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine" chronicles how Bill and Hillary Clinton's inner circle bribed, intimidated, and harassed seven women who had once been the objects of Bill's lustful desires. The author - a feminist libertarian - does not condemn Bill's philandering ways, but rather in great detail exposes how the Clintons' liberal politics allowed them to justify their misogynistic attacks against these defenseless women.
Clinton sexual assault target Kathleen Willey calls "Their Lives" the "most accurate portrayal of...the true nightmare Bill and Hillary put me through." Clinton rape victim Juanita Broaddrick hails the book as "a complete chronological account of the events surrounding Bill Clinton's violent assault on me." Famed author and commentator David Horowitz says, "This book connects the political to the personal in a way no one has done before."
Bill Clinton's "My Life" was only part of the story. Read "Their Lives" for yourself and learn the rest!
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that woman is the last of the 7 woman presented in this book - who became objects of Bill Clinton's sexual urges - and the gangland tactics employed by his cronies to silence them - and discredit them
the author - Candace Jackson - is a libertarian feminist and rape victim - the latter experience giving her insight into Juanita Broaddrick - who finally (too late) revealed her story of being raped by Gov Clinton - but by then more people were ready to believe the stories since Clinton had to admit under oath that he had lied about other accusations - tho none of those involved rape - (there is at least one other woman who has made that accusation but whose anonymity is being protected by her friends so she only counts as a shadowy rumor that stays alive cuz Clinton now seems to fit the profile of a sexual predator)
the details found in this book shows how carefully the author researched it - she does one thing that readers might not enjoy however - she uses the incidents to illustrate her libertarian philosophy - since this follows the stories - the reader can skip to the end of the chapter without any loss of history
the author's second target (after Bill & Hillary) - are the feminists who hypocritically defended Clinton - this was nicely summed up by former Clinton friend & adviser Dick Morris - "If you're going to be a sexual predator, be pro-choice"
being so well researched gives the book a reliable feel that other anti-Clinton books won't have
my only gripe (besides the dry political philosophy) - is that the formatting of the eBook was a little lax - there were some intrusive hyphens intended to break a word at the end of a paragraph and other issues - that were mildly distracting - but not enuf to dissuade readers from getting this book and finding out about our only alleged Rapist-in-Chief - and his First Enabler - Hillary