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The Agenda: Inside the Clinton White House

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – November 2005
The Agenda is a great read. It is an authoritative, behind-the-scenes look at how things get done inside the Clinton White House....The pace is fast, the quotes are crisp, and the scenes are often dramatic....spellbinding political drama.
-- Robert A. Rankin, Philadelphia InquirerA blistering book....Books and various publications...routinely purport to take readers 'inside' powerful institutions. Woodward delivers on the promise in a way that other journalists almost never do....The turmoil at the White House, together with Clinton's penchant for brinksmanship, make the tale exciting.
-- Evan Thomas, Newsweek
The Washington Post's famed sleuth offers a tantalizingly voyeuristic glimpse inside the Clinton White House....Delightfully new details, all.
-- The Economist
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780743274074
ISBN-10: 0743274075
Pagini: 362
Dimensiuni: 151 x 209 x 27 mm
Greutate: 0.37 kg
Editura: Simon&Schuster

Notă biografică

Bob Woodward is the assistant managing editor for investigations at The Washington Post. Over the last twenty years, he has authored or coauthored seven number-one national bestsellers. Woodward and Carl Bernstein, in their Pulitzer Prize-winning work for The Washington Post and in their two books, All the President's Men and The Final Days, set the standard for White House reporting. Since then, Woodward has tackled the Supreme Court in The Brethren, the Hollywood drug culture in Wired, the CIA in Veil, and the Pentagon in The Commanders. In The Agenda, he returns to the White House, producing one of the most illuminating books on the modern presidency.

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""The Agenda" is a great read.... The pace is fast, the quotes are crisp, and the scenes are often dramatic.... Spellbinding political drama." -- "The Philadelphia Inquirer"