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By Staff of Newsweek, Evan Thomas

ISBN-10: 0786747951

ISBN-13: 9780786747955

In line with in-depth reporting by way of a unique group of Newsweek journalists and written by means of bestselling writer Evan Thomas, A very long time Coming tells the interior tale of Barack Obama’s overcome Senator John McCain to turn into the 1st African-American U.S. president. In juicy aspect, it chronicles the lengthy siege among Obama and Hillary Clinton, the wild experience of John McCain, and the explosive arrival of Sarah Palin. eventually, it indicates how Obama overcame instances of vexation and self-doubt to rework himself from the consummate outsider to the convinced chief of an unstoppable political movement—one that introduced desire and the opportunity of redemption to the U.S..

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Well, I want to thank you all,” she said. ” Then she hung up. Less than 24 hours before the New Hampshire polls opened on Tuesday, Jan. 8, she was sitting in a strip-mall coffee shop in Manchester, talking to about 16 voters, when someone asked, “My question is very personal: How do you do it? How do you do . . ” Hillary answered, “It’s not easy, it’s not easy, and I couldn’t do it if I just didn’t passionately believe it was the right thing to do. I have so many opportunities from this country .

Then the candidate found a new narrative: the comeback. LIKE A LOT OF AMERICANS, Barack Obama says his favorite movie is The Godfather. , a little-remembered, highly romanticized 1952 Marlon Brando biopic. The hero of the movie is Emiliano Zapata, the leader of a (briefly) successful peasant revolt in Mexico in the early 1900s. McCain loves the idea of a budget-class, guerrilla-style war against the corrupt establishment. He never got over being nostalgic about his 2000 insurgency against George W.

Crisis, chaos, deceit and subterfuge. After eight years in the Clinton White House, it was all familiar to Hillary—a world she had bravely struggled in but not against; it was the only world she really knew. The Clinton campaign blew through cash: fancy hotels like the Bellagio in Las Vegas and the Four Seasons everywhere; thousands of dollars on flowers and valet parking; and one memorable $100,000 grocery bill at a Des Moines supermarket. Hillary never spent a night in a motel in rural Iowa if she could possibly avoid it.

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