November's Gladiators: Inside Stories of White House Advancemen, the Road Warriors of Presidential Campaigns

November's Gladiators: Inside Stories of White House Advancemen, the Road Warriors of Presidential Campaigns

by Terry Baxter

Hardcover

$27.95

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781626526303
Publisher: Langdon Street Press
Publication date: 03/11/2014
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Terry Baxter has been a television director, a race car driver, a Hollywood stunt man, and a senior business and government executive. He has served three Presidents of the United States and headed a Fortune 500 company. He and his wife Patricia divide their time between New Hampshire and Key Largo, Florida. An avid boater, he pilots his boat, Armagnac, along the Atlantic coast each spring and fall.

Table of Contents

Prologue ix

Miss April 1

The Halls of the White House 7

Bicentennial of the United States 17

Learning the Ropes 23

Hero for a Day 27

September Chaos 35

Making Sausage 45

Crunch Time 49

1976 Finale 65

The Years Between the Wars 69

Viva Las Vegas 79

"God Bless the USA" 89

De Anza College 95

One-Punch Baxter 103

Texas Two-Step 125

Ferdinand Magellan 131

Days Counting Down 137

Millersville State College 145

Election Night 155

Judd Swift's Revenge 175

Tales from the Road 179

European Parliament 193

Caribbean Castaways 211

White House Staffer 223

The American Bicentennial Presidential Inaugural 237

Saving NBW 245

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library 253

Personal Glimpses 265

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November's Gladiators: Inside Stories of White House Advancemen, the Road Warriors of Presidential Campaigns 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always enjoyed politics and have long been involved at the local level so it was great fun reading this insider's perspective on political events on the national level. I laughed out loud many times, and smiled often. It was great fun reading this entertaining and insightful on book written by an obviously kind and admirable man.