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Senior New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker has written previously about the Clinton impeachment (The Breach) and Vladimir Putin's Russia (Kremlin Rising), but this book about the Bush-Cheney years is perhaps his most encompassing effort yet. Certainly, that odd presidential-vice presidential pair presided for eight years over critical events in both American foreign policy and domestic affairs. In this large-scale, 800+-page book, Baker tracks the concerns, decision-making, and personality battles of a most consequential administration.