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The Way to Win: Taking the White House in 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2007

    Overstatement

    Has good start, but becomes tedious and overstated. No doubt the Freak Show is real, but authors give it too much credit. If Freak Show (Limbaugh and his ugly kind) is so powerful, then US Democracy is doomed. Uh, I think not.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2006

    The Best Book on Politics I have read

    This book is a must read for anyone interested in the 2008 race for the American Presidency. Halperin and Harris explain why the Bush and Clinton families are the most succesful politicians of a generation.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2006

    Way to Win is Way to Go!

    I bought this book thinking I might have to say to the authors: ¿Shut up and write!¿ I was happily mistaken. Instead of being indoctrinated with political viewpoints -- I was enthralled, entertained, and enlightened with inner workings and political strategies of those who seek public office. ¿The Way To Win¿ lays out political complexities in layman¿s terms. It is marvelously done and reads like a chess match between grand masters. Page 170, ¿Play to your Strengths (And Away From your Weaknesses) What Bush knew and when he knew it¿, is just one of many chapters that made this book a fascinating read. Analogies made by the authors of successes and failures by Richard Nixon, John Kerry, and others were engrossing, informative, and fairly balanced on both sides of the political spectrum. If you want my advice, ¿Way to Win¿ is the Way to Go! Reginald V. Johnson,author, 'How To Be Happy, Successful & Rich'

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