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Joel B. Pollak
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Don't Tell Me Words Don't Matter

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Words mattered more in the 2008 presidentail election than in any other. Americans chose Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, a man of radical views and little experience, largely on the strength of his soaring speeches. His rival, Senator John McCain of Arizona was a war hero with a history of bipartisan cooperation, as well as his own, plain-speaking rhetorical style. In th ...more
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Aug 06, 2009 rated it liked it
Interesting facts about our recent election from both (republican and democratic) perspectives. Clear that the media really dropped the ball on this election, not doing the in-depth analysis on the candidates as they did in years past. The book's a little wordy but the information is interesting to anyone wanting to know more about the "truths" behind the rhetoric.
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