The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk Susan Mcdougal Signed 2003- Bill & Hillary Clinton For Sale
The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk Susan McDougal SIGNED 2003- Bill & Hillary Clinton Woman Who Wouldn't Talk, The : How I Refused to Testify Against the Clintons and What I Learned in Jail This book has a personal inscription to a publicist: "For Keith - Your heart really made this trip around the country for me. Always Smilin, and giving - Thank you so much, my new friend. Love Susan McDougal" The publicist, Keith, has passed away. I will be enclosing 2 photographs of her and unknown people with the book as pictured. Description: The New York Times bestseller. This is the book by Whitewater warrior Susan McDougal that
created a media sensation, with author appearances on Today, The
O'Reilly Factor, Larry King, Crossfire, Fox Morning News, and The Cbs
Early Show; and a controversial review in The New York Times that
generated chat all over the Internet, and the newspaper's own printed
correction. Breaking her silence on the Whitewater affair and giving a
moving portrait of what happens to women in American prisons, McDougal's
book is a must-read for Americans of all political stripes and for
everyone concerned about wrongful conviction and imprisonment.
Black-and-white photographs are included. From Publishers Weekly
"There were four people who knew what went on in Whitewater,"
McDougal explains in her wry memoir (cowritten with a close friend and
legal advisor). "Two of them were in the White House," and not about to
talk, while McDougal's ex-husband, Jim, lacked credibility, leaving her
as the sole credible witness. The problem was that nobody in the media
or the office of independent counsel Ken Starr wanted to hear what she
had to say: that Whitewater was just "a stupid land deal that went bad,"
and the McDougals weren't all that close to the Clintons anyway.
McDougal offers up her full life story, including an Arkansas childhood
and the raunchy antics of the Clinton-run statehouse, and details her
turbulent marriage to Jim McDougal, exacerbated by his long-undiagnosed
manic-depression. But she knows that readers want to learn about-her
experiences being grilled, then jailed for contempt for refusing to give
Starr his smoking gun-and she lays on the horrific details with
righteous fury. She also recalls positive experiences with fellow
inmates and supportive friends (and strangers) on her way to eventual
vindication, and looks back on her travails with humor. Several
personalities around "Clintongate" rushed their books out to take
advantage of their fleeting notoriety and, in some cases, the rising
anti-Clinton tide; McDougal's delay gives her account a historical and
emotional perspective many of her predecessors lacked. Still, with
Clinton out of the White House and the public's attention turned on
Iraq, this book's sales may suffer from bad timing. Eight pages of
b&w photos not seen by PW. Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.Condition: Very good, like new but has been pre-owned and has minor wear. Is inscribed to "Keith," a publicist.
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