Baker & Taylor The author shares his thoughts on the rise and fall of America's forty-third president, drawing on his personal campaign diaries, newspaper clippings, confidential memos, and media responses on his tumultuous 144 days as president
Blackwell North Amer The chronicle that will forever change the way we view the man and the office...the dramatic rise and fall of Al Franken, who would beome the first Jewish president of the United States. Franken began his unique American journey in the small town of Christhaven, Minnesota, the self-described "son of the son of immigrants and the son of a daughter of a son and daughter of immigrants." Follow the Franken campaign from its infancy as the candidate pledges "to walk the state of New Hampshire, diagonally and then from side to side." As he candidly admits "causing pain in his marriage," then boldly refuses to dignify any questions from the media regarding past, present, or future sexual behavior. Go behind the scenes and meet Team Franken, the candidate's brain trust. Including brother and deputy campaign manager Otto, a recovering sex addict and alcoholic. Campaign manager Norm Ornstein, the think-tank policy wonk who masterminds the single-issue (ATM fees) campaign. Media consultant Dick Morris, who exploits the shocking millennium bug-induced "ATM meltdown" by building an ad campaign around a diabetic woman who loses her right foot after computers erase all her ATM deposits. And former Grizzly Adams star Dan Haggerty.
Baker & Taylor The best-selling author of Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations shares his entertaining thoughts on the rise and fall of America's forty-third president, drawing on his personal campaign diaries, newspaper clippings, confidential memos, and media responses on his tumultuous 144 days as president. 225,000 first printing.