And The Horse He Rode In On: The People v. Kenneth Starr

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 26, 1999 - Political Science - 176 pages
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EXCLUSIVE: CARVILLE RESPONDS TO THE STARR REPORT
...And the Horse He Rode In On gives the first full accounting of what's really behind the longest-running, most expensive dirty trick in politics: Ken Starr's investigation.
 

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User Review  - jphamilton - LibraryThing

Carville probably won't change anyone's opinion, but he does point out many disturbing facts in our $40 million "bargain of entertainment value" the Starr Report. Whatever your feelings are on any of this mess, you just have to laugh at Carville's "subtle" wit. Read full review

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User Review  - trdsf - LibraryThing

Carville is in pure attack-dog mode. It may be inelegant, but it's to the point. I would like to have had some of this stuff covered by the media when Starr's attempted coup d'etat was in progress. It ... Read full review

Contents

Arkansas Troopers and RightWing Payola
61
Appendix
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And Finally
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James Carville is the best-known and most-loved political consultant in American history. He is also a speaker, talk-show host, actor, and author with six New York Times bestsellers to his credit. Part of a large Southern family, he grew up without a television and loved to listen to the stories his mama told. Mr. Carville lives with his wife, Mary Matalin, and their two daughters in New Orleans.

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