The Big Enchilada: Campaign Adventures with the Cockeyed Optimists from Texas Who Won the Biggest Prize in Politics

The Big Enchilada Campaign Adventures with the Cockeyed Optimists from Texas Who Won the Biggest Prize in Politics a great book to read

  • Title: The Big Enchilada: Campaign Adventures with the Cockeyed Optimists from Texas Who Won the Biggest Prize in Politics
  • Author: Stuart Stevens
  • ISBN: 9780743222907
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Hardcover
  • a great book to read

    • Free Read [Comics Book] ✓ The Big Enchilada: Campaign Adventures with the Cockeyed Optimists from Texas Who Won the Biggest Prize in Politics - by Stuart Stevens ✓
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      Published :2018-07-07T02:04:58+00:00

    1 thought on “The Big Enchilada: Campaign Adventures with the Cockeyed Optimists from Texas Who Won the Biggest Prize in Politics”

    1. If you have read George Stephanopoulos' book All Too Human and liked it then you will probably like this book too. I liked Stephanopoulos' book better, because he went into finer detail about the campaign process. The Big Enchilada is a good review of how George W. Bush and his media team helped shape their message, but does not really go into the dance that is played with the news media. Stephanopoulos' book goes into great detail on how that dance is played and is a very interesting read. Whil [...]

    2. So why don't the republicans put Stuart Stevens on their own version of The Daily Show? Even though I'm opposed to just about everything they stood for in this campaign, i just about peed my pants with laughter and have to tip my hat the novelty of this book and insight from a killer campaign I had thought we had all the comedians on our side of the aisle?

    3. found it for cheap at a library sale. it was good to compare the 2000 campaign with the current one and notice the striking similarities. the narrative is episodic and gives some insight into W's character and the campaign.

    4. "Times are great--vote for change"The message that a whole bunch of goofballs actually got to work and got W. elected. Great campaign book.

    5. Very interesting personable writing style. However the content is not a surprisingly one sided and highly bias account of the 2000 election. I might consider reading his non-political books.

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