Best American Political Writing 2009 (Large Print 16pt)

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 12, 2010 - 560 pages
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A must-have anthology for political junkies, Best American Political Writing compiles the year 's best political stories from a variety of publications and points of view, in a single, comprehensive volume. Culling from the most memorable reporting of what promises to be a thrilling political year, the 2009 American Political Writing edition will include incisive coverage of the new Obama presidency and its impact nationwide, as well as the most pressing political concerns facing America today - from the depressed economy to our participation in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
 

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User Review  - mahallett - LibraryThing

this is not from "the best" series just "best". a bit of a boon doggle? it wasn't bad exactly. some stories were great, many were boring, some were too long. i don't think i will read any more in the ... Read full review

Contents

BATTLE PLANS HOW OBAMA WON
4
THE MAKING AND REMAKING AND REMAKING OF MCCAIN
34
THE FRONTRUNNERS FALL
70
THE INSIDERS HOW JOHN MCCAIN CAME TO PICK SARAH PALIN
99
THE MAN WHO MADE OBAMA
120
THE SPREADSHEET PSYCHIC HOW NATE SILVER BUILT A BETTER CRYSTAL BALL
146
POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE
169
CAPITALIST FOOLS
172
THE COOL PRESIDENCY
260
REGARDING MICHELLE OBAMA
273
PRESIDENT OF EVERYTHING
281
JOE BIDEN ADVISOR IN CHIEF
292
MS KENNEDY REGRETS SHES UNABLE TO BE IN THE SENATE TODAY
324
THE MAN WHO ATE THE GOP
355
SPECTERS EPILOGUE
369
OVER THERE
375

OBAMAS BAILOUT
186
NO RETURN TO NORMAL
205
THE NEW LIBERALISM HOW THE ECONOMIC CRISIS CAN HELP OBAMA REDEFINE THE DEMOCRATS THE NEW NEW PRESIDENCY
228
OBAMAS FOREIGN POLICY AT 100
378
OBAMAS WAR
385
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Royce Flippin is the series editor of "The Best American Political Writing," A former senior editor at "American Health magazine," he has written for periodicals, including the "New York Times," "Men's Journal," "Self," and "Parents magazine," This is his fifth year as the editor of the series. He lives in New York City.

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