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Aged only 30, George Stephanopoulos found himself at Bill Clinton's side during the 1992 presidential campaign. This text takes an insider's look at ...Show synopsisAged only 30, George Stephanopoulos found himself at Bill Clinton's side during the 1992 presidential campaign. This text takes an insider's look at the egos and conflicts of the main Washington players, and paints an intimate portrait of the Clintons, Al Gore, Dick Morris, Colin Powell, and more.Hide synopsis
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Description:Fine. 0316929190 0316929190 Fine with Near Fine dustjacket....Fine. 0316929190 0316929190 Fine with Near Fine dustjacket. From Library JournalNational fame came early to Stephanopoulos, who by age 31 was President Clintons first director of communications until he was promoted to the vaguely defined, vulnerable position of senior advisor. He views Clinton as the best politician he has ever known, who could have accomplished much more if he were a better person. First Lady Hillary Clinton is portrayed as fiercely loyal and at times inflexible and ambitious. Ultimately, Stephanopolous fell out of favor for being a traditional liberal in an administration that increasingly believed that the era of big government was dead and also because he was a reputed news leaker, a charge he denies. The strengths of the book are also its weaknesses. An engaging, self-deprecating style, similar to that of Robert Reich, Clintons first secretary of labor (Locked in the Cabinet, LJ 4/1/97), is marred by an overabundance of italicized comments representing rejoinders that could have been used with devastating effect in confrontations but werent. A forthright honesty about his own faults dissolves into self-pity during an extended section on his fights with his major political foe, Dick Morris, the pollster who was brought on board to improve Clintons image but departed when his telephone antics with a prostitute were discovered. Stephanopoulos resigned at the end of the first term and recently condemned the Lewinsky affair as Clintons abandonment of presidential policies and more than a few trusted advisors in order to save himself. Overall, a fascinating if controversial insiders account of life inside the Clinton pressure cooker administration during its early years. A required purchase for public libraries. Karl Helicher, Upper Merion Twp. Lib., King of Prussia, PA.
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