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Jacob HeilbrunnMinutaglio shrewdly observes that Bush and Rove became emboldened by the lack of any Democratic opposition in Austin, and were determined to exercise the same kind of power in Washington. As White House counsel, Gonzales sought to supply them with the means, whether it was to justify military tribunals or torture. Minutaglio’s fascinating book will surely not be the last word on this sorry tale, but it goes a long way toward removing the veil Gonzales has tried to drape over his career.
— The New York Times