All's Fair: Love, War, And Running For President
All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President
The presidential campaign managers for George Bush and Bill Clinton offer a revealing study of how presidential campaigns are really run, while sharing a frank and personal account of their own romantic relationship. 150,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo. First serial, Newsweek.
He's a little bit country, she's a little bit rock and roll. He's a lot Democrat, she's a lot Republican. The Donny and Marie of politics display a revealing x-ray of the presidential campaign. James Carville and Mary Matalin, themselves key players at the center of the political battles and election headlines that gripped America, tell in candid, stunning detail the day-by-day pressures, near disasters, and triumphs of campaign life.
From Library Journal
The economy, stupid. Bimbo eruptions. Chicken George. These and other highlights of the 1993 presidential campaign are recounted here by those who crafted these buzzwords, or at least gave them the most "spin." Bush campaign director Matalin and Clinton strategist Carville intrigued the world with their cross-party-and some say heretical-dating during the campaign, but upon reading this book, you understand the sparks. Both are colorful and ambitious, and...