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"Master Of The Senate" Nominated For National Book Award
Master of the Senate, "the third volume of Robert Caro's epic chronicle of the life and times of Lyndon Johnson, is among the finalists for the 53rd annual National Book Awards," MSNBC reports. This should come as no surprise if you've already read the... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-18 15:51

Inside John McCain
The New York Times reviews Worth The Fighting For by Sen. John McCain and discovers the book "is not just another outburst. Much of it is about his values and his heroes. He writes openly and disarmingly of his early yearning for fame. He makes clear h... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-21 01:37

Inside John McCain
The New York Times reviews Worth The Fighting For by Sen. John McCain and discovers the book "is not just another outburst. Much of it is about his values and his heroes. He writes openly and disarmingly of his early yearning for fame. He makes clear h... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-21 01:41

Inside John McCain
The New York Times reviews Worth The Fighting For by Sen. John McCain and discovers the book "is not just another outburst. Much of it is about his values and his heroes. He writes openly and disarmingly of his early yearning for fame. He makes clear h... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-21 01:41

Redford May Make Sequel To "The Candidate"
Robert Redford and screenwriter Larry Gelbart "are collaborating on a continuation of The Candidate for Warner Bros," Variety reports. The story will feature Redford as the same character years later. MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-24 15:28

Gore Begins Media Tour
Al Gore's "long and grueling comeback will reach new heights next month, when he and his co-author, Tipper Gore, hit the campaign trail for their book, Joined at the Heart, an anecdote-laden examination of the American family -- including their own," t... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-10-30 16:40

Now What?
One of the biggest criticisms of American politics is that Election Day is often viewed as the finish line instead of the starting gate. To those who wonder what comes next for the dozens of newly-elected congressmen, senators, state legislators and th... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-05 16:02

Now What?
One of the biggest criticisms of American politics is that Election Day is often viewed as the finish line instead of the starting gate. To those who wonder what comes next for the dozens of newly-elected congressmen, senators, state legislators and th... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-05 16:08

Get The Latest U.S. Congress Handbook
With many changes in Congress, you'll want to pre-order your copy of the 108th edition of the U.S. Congress Handbook. Included in each book is vital information for every Senator, Representative, Cabinet Secretary, Governor, and Supreme Court Justice, ... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-11 20:28

Democratic Majority Still Emerging?
"You'd think that the Nov. 5 election would have pitched The Emerging Democratic Majority straight into the remainder bin," Chatterbox writes. "The Democrats lost their slim majority in the Senate; failed to acquire majorities in the House and in state... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-12 04:55

Gore Hits Campaign Trail For New Book
Al and Tipper Gore "launched a 12-city tour to promote their two new books" -- Joined at the Heart and The Spirit Of Family -- "but made no mention of another possible run for the White House," the AP reports. MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-13 14:48

Gore Hits Campaign Trail For New Book
Al and Tipper Gore "launched a 12-city tour to promote their two new books" -- Joined at the Heart and The Spirit Of Family -- "but made no mention of another possible run for the White House," the AP reports. Meanwhile, a new Quinnipiac University pol... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-13 14:51

Bush At War
The Washington Post is running three days of exceprts of Bob Woodward's new book, Bush At War. MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-18 04:27

Candidates Ready Their Books
"The business of politics and the business of publishing are once again locked in a tight embrace," the New York Times reports. "Five likely contestants for the Democratic nomination in 2004 either have released new books, have signed up to write their... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-18 14:31

Candidates Ready Their Books
"The business of politics and the business of publishing are once again locked in a tight embrace," the New York Times reports. "Five likely contestants for the Democratic nomination in 2004 either have released new books, have signed up to write their... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-18 15:18

Clarence Thomas Writing Memoirs
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is shopping a book proposal, the New York Post reports. "He has written about 100 pages himself" and has no ghost writer, but according to the source, "he needs one." MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-20 16:33

Caro Wins National Book Award
Robert Caro won the National Book Award for the third volume of his Lyndon B. Johnson biography, Master of the Senate. If you haven't read this book yet, you really should. MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-21 20:19

Inside Bush's War Room
The New York Times reviews Bob Woodward's new book, Bush at War, "which chronicles the first 100 days of the administration's response to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, reads like a novel: part bildungsroman (the young new president faced with a daunti... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-22 19:05

Inside Bush's War Room
The New York Times reviews Bob Woodward's new book, Bush at War, "which chronicles the first 100 days of the administration's response to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, reads like a novel: part bildungsroman (the young new president faced with a daunti... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-22 20:00

Wait Until Next Year
"Most books of political prognostication enjoy a brief half-life from their publication date to the next election day, but even after the recent Republican gains, The Emerging Democratic Majority deserves much better than a trip to the remainder bin," ... MORE »
posted in Taegan Goddard's Political Wire 2002-11-25 17:19

Book Review - Live From New York
"Live from New York: An Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live" offers an impressive array of viewpoints into the inner workings of arguably the most influential television show of the last 30 years... MORE »
posted in John's Jottings 2003-01-21 16:19

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