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This appears to be an open and honest look at the presidency of George W. Bush. The author reports on the good and bad events of the presidency even after he was blindsided by... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Char2010
Mr. McClellan was President George Bush’s Press Secretary. His book describes some of the decision- making surrounding the invasion of Iraq and subsequent quagmire of events. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dr. JerryR
Straight forward and well written. Answers some real questions about the first Presidency of the new millennium If these years interest you, you'll enjoyPublished 7 months ago
Great book, very useful insight into one of the worst presidencies of the U.S.Published 10 months ago by Dominic B.
If one wants to read a justification for all the administration's failures, then read this book. Pretty much like his Press Conferences. Read morePublished 10 months ago by R Kelly
He stayed through it all then cashed in with a book deal. Not a big fan.Published 10 months ago by MJ
Scott McClellan provides a very special look into the inner workings of the "White House bubble" and should you want to learn about W. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David
This a wonderful non-partisan view into the presidency of the younger Bush. It provides a thoughtful analysis by a Republican who is concern about the future of his party and the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Daniel
For anyone following the Bush Presidency with some skepticism, the book would confirm many of the beliefs. The details are perhaps not pertinent except for the most avid. Read morePublished 16 months ago by NJ