Politics Now Books
- 24 Days
How two Wall Street Journal reporters uncovered the lies that destroyed faith in corporate America
by Rebecca Smith & John R. Emshwiller
The two WSJ reporters spent incredible energy and determination chipping-away at the financial
funhouse that was Enron Corp. This first-hand
account told by the writers themselves enthralls and illuminates what precisely happened to the
now infamous energy company.
- Charlie Wilson's War
The Extraordinary Story of the Largest Covert Operation in History -
The Arming of the Mujahideen
by George Crile
Gripping, true story of how a fast-living Texas congressman secretly funneled billions of
dollars to Afghanistan to fight the Soviets. Keeping the pace of any Tom Clancy novel, this never-before
told story includes
international intrigue, booze, drugs, sex, high society and arms deals.
- The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court - we look back at the classic exposé of the Supreme Cort, which
illustrates the great difficulties Presidents have had with their nominees.
- Off With Their Heads
Traitors, Crooks & Obstructionists in American Politics, Media & Business
by Dick Morris
Strong indictment of bias and slant from the media, Bill Clinton, Hollywood celebrities, and others.
- Living History
by Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton's long-awaited memoir on her years in the White House.
- The Kennedy Curse
Why Tragedy Has Haunted America's First Family for 150 Years
by Edward Klein
Why does tragedy strike the Kennedy clan, or one of its intimates, every two years? Klein demystifies the family,
going back to 19th century, tracing a legacy of misfortune that follows one of America's most well-known families.
- The Right Man
The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush: An Inside Account
by David Frum
Billed as the "first inside account of the Bush White House," the book sheds good light
on George W. Bush and Beltway politics.
Books on Lyndon Johnson