Moving on, needless to say as this book goes from unpleasantness to crisis to uncertainty, to bad result, to misconduct, the reader (this one, anyway) is tempted to put it away. Let’s get this straight: Here is a visible mole, invited in with “people of affairs,” who knows how to do it, is motivated to continue shaking the bone, is curious for himself as well as the unknown reader, and is usually orderly with his really important narrative.
Yes, this book is important, just as has been said in the marketplace all along.
Maybe there’s no way out if famous people use it through every meal, etcetera.
Other swear words are included as the text strives to be, well, verbatim.
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A Commander in the Naval Reserves, his active duty was 1941 to 1946.
(1939, 1940) are from Emory University, the year 1941 was at University of Georgia.
His 2016 books Lovers in Wartime, 1944 to 1945 and another, Happy Travel Diaries, 1925 to 1933 (both Amazon) are recent.
That there has been a whole lot of preliminary comment about Bob Woodward and his long forthcoming book is evident.
I think it unnecessary to go on about his reputation as a chronicler of presidential misconduct, or an outsider finding himself on the inside.