Confessions of a White House ghostwriter: five presidents and other political adventures

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Regnery Pub., Apr 25, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 219 pages
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A behind-the-scenes look at people who make presidents talk.

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Confessions of a White House ghostwriter: five presidents and other political adventures

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Humes has enjoyed a diverse career as a legislator, lawyer, and author of 21 books, including three about his idol, Winston Churchill. He also served as a speechwriter for Republican Presidents ... Read full review

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Contents

One White House Wordsmith
1
Two Political Child
15
Three Churchill Acolyte
23
Copyright

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James C. Humes is a former speechwriter for Presidents Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, and Reagan. He has written numerous books, including "Instant Eloquence", "Podium Humor", "The Sir Winston Method", "Citizen Shakespeare", and "The Wit & Wisdom of Winston Churchill". He lives in Philadelphia.