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Back from the dead : how Clinton survived the Republican revolution

Author: Evan Thomas; et al
Publisher: New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, ©1997.
Series: A Newsweek book
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This is the extremely personal account of Clinton and Dole's struggle and the epic collapse of the Gingrich/GOP "Contract with America." Back from the Dead is an uncensored tour through the inner workings of the race to elect the president of the United States of America. For fifteen months, a team of four Newsweek reporters followed the candidates around-the-clock to produce the only inside chronicle of the 1996
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Named Person: Bill Clinton; Robert J Dole; Bill Clinton; Bill Clinton; Robert J Dole
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Evan Thomas; et al
ISBN: 0871136899 9780871136893
OCLC Number: 36066088
Notes: "A portion of this work appeared in different form in Newsweek in November 1996"--T.p. verso.
Description: xiv, 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Title: A Newsweek book
Other Titles: Newsweek.
Responsibility: Evan Thomas ... [et al.] ; photographs by David Hume Kennerly.

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This is the extremely personal account of Clinton and Dole's struggle and the epic collapse of the Gingrich/GOP "Contract with America." Back from the Dead is an uncensored tour through the inner workings of the race to elect the president of the United States of America. For fifteen months, a team of four Newsweek reporters followed the candidates around-the-clock to produce the only inside chronicle of the 1996 presidential election campaign. Written by Newsweek's Washington bureau chief, Evan Thomas, from the behind-the-scenes reporting of Karen Breslau, Debra Rosenberg, Leslie Kaufman, and Andrew Murr, Back from the Dead is a chronicle of fateful decisions of the 1996 campaign.

Karen Breslau and Debra Rosenberg were granted inside access by the Clinton and Dole campaigns respectively on the condition that none of their reporting would be disclosed until after the polls closed on Election Day. Revealed here are the hidden deals and crises, the buried intrigues and emotions behind the headlines, including why Bob Dole was so placid as he headed toward an apparent wipe-out on Election Day and how the Clintons dodged the Whitewater bullet and many other scandals.

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