Many people laughed when Hillary Clinton said there was a right-wing conspiracy out to get her husband. This book makes the case that, although the conspiracy may not have been vast, a group of dedicated anti-Clintonites was determined to bring his presidency down.
Wayne Barrett, co-author of the bestselling City for Sale, draws on twenty years of reporting on Giuliani to bring us the most comprehensive and newsbreaking biography of a man of giant contradictions and unpredictable expectations.
An examination of the increasing influence of journalistic pundits on the American political system offers an historical overview of punditry, from Walter Lippman to the pundits at work in the Bush era.
In No Place Like Home, Gary Younge meets the myth of his formative years, showing how Southerners both black and white react to a man who looks local but sounds foreign, exploring how the South has changed, and why much of it has stayed the same.
This brilliant, insightful, controversial, and courageous book contains the best of Pollitt's pieces on subjects that range from abortion and breast implants to date-rape, marriage, the media, and violence.
A guide for women stuck in relationships with abusive control freaks, When Love Goes Wrong offers offer an eye-opening analysis of controlling partners and a wealth of information for women who want to change their lives for the better.
Jonathan Schell looks deeply into daily life in the United States and discovers there the innermost sources of the political changes that make this moment — the 1984 presidential campaign — such a politically fluid and unpredictable one in our country's history. He changes the way we see America.
This legendary bestseller exposes the truths and consequences of women on the edges of society — women driven to kill. From Lizzie Borden to Jean Harris to Aileen Wuornos, this riveting investigation will change the ways you think about crime and punishment.
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