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Today's News and the 90s Roots of Political Tribalism | The Brian Lehrer Show | WNYC StudiosWhat Happened is a memoir by Hillary Clinton about her experiences as the Democratic Party 's nominee and general election candidate for President of the United States in the election. Existence of a new Clinton work was first revealed in February , but at the time it was billed as a volume of essays centered around the author's favorite sayings, with only some allusions to the campaign. The New York Times wrote that the stated aim of the book was to offer an intimate view of what it was like for Clinton to run as the first female presidential candidate from a major party in United States history, in an often vicious and turbulent campaign. This is her third memoir, following Living History in and Hard Choices in ; advance publicity for the work said it would be her "most personal" yet  and quoted from her words in the book's Introduction: "In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I've often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net. Now I'm letting my guard down. What Happened is a first-person account  dedicated to "the team that stood with me in ,"  and one of its chapters is largely a list of everyone who worked on her campaign. Each part has from two to five chapters within it.
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Yep again. We had to take on serious national security threats. A good reminder of why to resist Katy's start to finish bbook of the two year American travesty that was the Trump presidential campaign highlights I literally highlighted as I read two contemporaneous realities: the frightening power of mob mentalities to bring out bok worst in otherwise decent individuals to our nation's peril and the absolutely essential role of a free press to bear witness to the actual facts traditionally considered to be called truth. In fact, to judge by her book.Preview - Unbelievable by Katy Tur. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Mom and Dad were news people, had the first private helicopter covering breaking news in Los Angeles. Were parts of this personally difficult for me to listen to.
Or the xenophobia. Sarah Jones of The New Republic wrote:. Rhinebeck, New York. What about Jon Meacham's book?
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September 13, Tur's personal story is also interesti. The object of a presidential campaign is to get the most electoral votes. A version of this article first appeared in the Reliable Sources newsletter.
What about Jon Meacham's book. It is just for us that live in the different condos here. No Today Show. Holt has managed to rush reprints, and some copies have gone out to stores.