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Posted November 7, 2001
This book appears to be thoroughly researched and investigated; however, you never really know with so much unattributed material. Baker seems to make a great effort to be impartial. And he is thorough, considering the scope of this book. But no history of this episode can be complete without a full examination of the revolting, ruthless and incredibly partisan investigation conducted by Kenneth Starr. I suspect that Baker felt that the book would appear unbalanced if this were included and limited the scope to the impeachment and trial itself. As a result, his work suffers and we are told only part of the tale.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.