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To outsiders, James Carville's marriage in October 1993 to Mary Matalin didn't seem like a union conceived in political heaven. Less than a year previously, Carville had been the chief strategist of Bill Clinton's successful White House run while Matalin had worked equally hard for unsuccessful incumbent George H.W. Bush. Somehow the union of this strangely mismatched happy couple has persisted, even strengthened in this fractious era. In their first book together in twenty years, the pair writes in alternating chapters about their relationship, their family, and their insights about the politics of our time.