Counsel to the president: a memoir
From Washington's ultimate insider, the most revealing, fascinating and important political memoir of the post-World War II era. Clark Clifford was Truman's counsel, Kennedy's lawyer, Johnson's confidant, and secretary of defense during the Vietnam War. Now he takes readers inside the corridors of power. 16 pages of photographs.
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This long and fascinating memoir is a fitting reminder of Clifford's remarkable political career. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s he seemed to be on the spot, ready to advise presidents and offer his ... Read full review
SHOWDOWN IN THE OVAL OFFICE
TO THE WHITE HOUSE
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