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All Too Human

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 1999

    A look behind the scenes

    All Too Human is a fascinating look inside the Clinton team, I found it to be a very compelling book, packed with political insight and wisdom, and sage observations on ambition, the pursuit of power in modern America, and the cost of dishonesty.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2003

    great detail of the Clinton years

    This is a great book if your into seeing what happened to Clinton in the early years in the White House. For awhile in the book you feel as if your really sitting with George and Slick Willy in there meetings. Very detailed acount of how Clinton worked and ran the country with late night meetings eating Pizza and burgers. After reading this book we all know why Clinton no longer speaks to George anymore (because of this book Clinton dislikes George). If you like this book i highly recommend Dick Morris book called 'Behind The Oval Office'. It's a even more detailed acount of Clinton and his 92 and 96 campaign.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2003


    For four years in the White House and one year of campaigning before that, George Stephanopoulos was only a few steps from Bill Clinton. As the president's senior adviser, he saw it all, yet he never resigned in protest... now he wants forgiveness! Forgetaboutit! My recommend for the decade is COCKPIT CONFESSIONS OF AN AIRLINE PILOT, by Keshner, which for the life of me, I can't understand why it's not in the airport bookstores?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2003

    An interesting look at the Clinton White House

    At first I was somewhat skeptical abotu reading this. As one of Clinton's most well-known and articulate advisors, I was expecting Stephanopolous too maybe have skewed his portrait of Clinton. Surprisingly it was fairly blaalanced with a neat style. While some of his criticisms of Republicans do tend to lean biased, overall it was an alright book.

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