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The Seduction of Hillary Rodham

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From the investigative journalism who gave readers The Real Anita Hill comes a shocking new biography. The Seduction of Hillary Rodham combines the front-page news impact of James Stewart's Blood Sport with an insider's perspective on events and personalities provided by the bestselling Primary Colors to provide a political biography of a fascinating, complex figure who ha ...more
Published September 1st 1996 by Free Press
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With the pending 2008 Presidential election potentially including a former first lady, I found myself curious to know more about her. The level and substance of the controversy surrounding the Clinton administration left, if not a bad taste in my mouth, at least a need for a drink of water.

I'm not political maven, no politics buff, so I appreciate David Brock's treatment of Hillary Rodham Clinton's life in The Seduction Of Hillary Rodham. He doesn't exactly hold back on the political jargon, pol
Published in 1996, this book is quite dated now, but I found the description of her early life and life with Bill in Arkansas quite interesting. Well written and fairly impartial.
She is a scary, uncompromising figure in this book. Given the power of the Presidency, the government would become the ultimate caretaker at the expense of the individual
Highly detailed life story of Hillary Clinton. She clearly has a lot more smarts than her hub, if not the political savvy and charm. A bit of a slog to read.
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David Brock is a journalist currently living in Washington, DC. He started out in professional journalism with a piece in "The Wall Street Journal", that caught the attention of John Podhoretz, who was assigned with starting a magazine for the conservative daily newspaper, "The Washington Times".

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