What do Bill Bennett and James Carville, Louis Farrakhan and Gennifer Flowers, Don Imus and Bill Moyers have in common? They all wish Andrew Ferguson had never heard of them. For ten years, Ferguson has prowled the fever swamps of American celebrity in search of frauds and mountebanks, and he has not been disappointed. No one who reads his jaundiced treatments of Robert McNamara, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, and a dozen other cultural icons will ever look at them in quite the same way.
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