10th out of 34 books — 10 voters
Bill and Hillary: The Marriage
By any definition they are one of history most remarkable couples; he the irresponsible country boy populist oczing ambition and Southern charm, she the brilliant, tough-as-nails Midwesterner with a head for strategy, a taste for power, and in the end, an unshakable allegiance to the man in her life. Together. William Jefferson Clinton and his wife; Billiary Rodham, scaled...more
Hardcover, 340 pages
Published August 3rd 1999 by Best Sellers
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Even if true, this book was a smear campaign. Bill Clinton is portayed as a sex maniac who is incapable of making an independent decision. Hillary is made out to be an ardent demisnist (what's wrong with that?) who doesn't shave ehr legs (oh the horrorr), and smells of B.O. I didn't even finish this. Perhaps Mr. Anderson has republican leanings, otherwise he could not have produced such a singularly unflattering portrait.
The Clintons are amazing people. Talk about giving up EVERYTHING for your career. I used to study the plays of Shakespear and they always say that the main character of all the tradegies had a major flaw that brought their demise. Bill Clinton's demise was his womanizing. Hillary's demise is her drive to be number one. She gave up so much to make Bill a success in law, politics always knowing she could do it better than him. Unfortunately, everyone knew that was how she felt. In her bid for the...more