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Middle man

Bob Woodward's books are long on raw facts and short on argument.And that's exactly why we need them.

By David Greenberg
May 2, 2004

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FORGET FOR A MINUTE, if you can, the last fortnight of publicity for Bob Woodward's "Plan of Attack." Think back to November 2002 and the release of "Bush at War," his account of White House decision-making just after the Sept. 11 attacks. Like Woodward's previous 10 books, that volume was a bestseller, logging 20 weeks on the New York Times ... (Full Article: 1812 Words)

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