Washington and the World: 2001-2005
No one has better covered the momentous events of 2001-2005 more intently than syndicated columnist Llewellyn King. As White House correspondent, broadcaster, and leading journalist for more than three decades, King has delighted and informed millions in America and worldwide. This enlightening and entertaining collection of his columns and commentaries is a detailed, shrewd, and informed account of the times we have so recently lived through. With King's distinctive voice and delightful eye for the absurd, Washington and the World is a fascinating, insightful, and informative read.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Afghanistan Africa agenda aircraft American believe bill Botswana Britain British Bush administration Bush's Cabinet Cheney Churchill Clinton Colin Powell Congress conservative crisis critical culture defense democracy Democrats economy electric energy Enron environmental Europe European failed favor feel friends George global India industry Iraq Iraqi Ireland Irish Islam issues John Kerry journalists Karl Rove Kerry Labor Party leader liberal lives London Margaret Thatcher Middle East military million Mugabe natural gas newspaper nuclear political politicians Powell President Bush prime minister problem production programs public broadcasting Putin Qatar radio Reagan Republicans Robert Mugabe Saddam Saddam Hussein Saudi Arabia secretary Senate sense talk television terrorism terrorists Texas things tion Tony Blair trying United Washington weapons Weekly Standard White House women wonder Zimbabwe