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Imperial Caddy: The Rise of Dan Quayle in America and the Decline and Fall of Practically Everything Else

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A humorous look at Vice President Quayle discusses wife Marilyn, the ten stupidest people in Washington after Dan Quayle, and other less-than-intelligent V.P.s throughout history.
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published October 8th 1992 by Hyperion (first published 1992)
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I commented on this post this morning, but I found the full quote later in Joe Queenan’s most excellent American Caddy:


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Joe Queenan is a humorist, critic and author from Philadelphia who graduated from Saint Joseph's University. He has written for numerous publications, such as Spy Magazine, TV Guide, Movieline, The Guardian and the New York Times Book Review. He has written eight books, including Balsamic Dreams, a scathing critique of the Baby Boomers, Red Lobster, White Trash, and the Blue Lagoon, a tour of low- ...more
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