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Alan BrinkleyThe Survivor is intelligent, judicious and relatively nonideological -- and also a surprisingly absorbing story, given how fresh the memory of these years remains. There are few major revelations here, but the book's many new small and telling details enhance our understanding of this important administration. Most of all, The Survivor gives appropriate weight both to Clinton's significant accomplishments and talents and to his many failures and critical weaknesses. The result is the best study of the Clinton years yet to appear.
— The Washington Post