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ISBN:
0060792132
Author:
Eileen McGann,Dick Morris
Category:
Leaders & Notable People
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (October 18, 2005)
Pages:
320 pages
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1921 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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Because I could" is the explanation Bill Clinton finally gave for Monica Lewinsky. Because HE can, Dick Morris ridicules the man he advised for twenty years. I don't know if Clinton enjoyed himself, but Morris is certainly having fun.

In his 1997 book, Behind the Oval Office, Morris wrote that, following an argument in the Arkansas Governor's Mansion in May 1990, he strode toward the exit and was tackled . Because He Could (2004, with Eileen McGann).

In his 1997 book, Behind the Oval Office, Morris wrote that, following an argument in the Arkansas Governor's Mansion in May 1990, he strode toward the exit and was tackled by Clinton. In 2003, Morris further stated that Clinton cocked his arm back to throw a punch, but Hillary Clinton pulled her husband off Morris. Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race (2005, with Eileen McGann).

Eileen Mcgann, Dick Morris.

Получить до Ср, 12 фев - Пн, 16 мар от IA, США., Состояние: Совершенно новый. Now, in the wake of Clinton's million-selling memoir My Life, Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann, set the record straight with Because He Could, a frank and perceptive deconstruction of the story Clinton tells - and the many more revealing stories he leaves untold. With the same keen insight they brought to Hillary Clinton's life in their recent bestseller Rewriting History, Morris and McGann uncover the hidden sides of the complicated and sometimes dysfunctional former president. Eileen Mcgann, Dick Morris.

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Dick Morris, Eileen McGann. Mr. Morris has written a great book exposing the many flaws of Bill Clinton. A must read for anyone with doubts of the Clinton Presidency. Sharp and stylishly written, full of revealing insider anecdotes, Because He Could is a fresh and probing portrait of one of the most fascinating, and polarizing, figures of our time.

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Morris can speak with genuine admiration about many of the positive steps, but also chronicles the dark side in a way that many of my former fellows will find hard to accept.

Who is Bill Clinton? A man whose presidency was disgraced by impeachment - yet who remains one of the most popular presidents of our time. Morris can speak with genuine admiration about many of the positive steps, but also chronicles the dark side in a way that many of my former fellows will find hard to accept. Despite some significant accomplishments during his administration, there was confusion, ineptitude, cronyism, lack of vision, and downright corruption.

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Who is Bill Clinton?

A man whose presidency was disgraced by impeachment -- yet who remains one of the most popular presidents of our time.

A man whose autobiography, My Life, was panned by critics as a self-indulgent daily diary -- but rode the bestseller lists for months.

A man whose policies changed America at the close of the twentieth century -- yet whose weakness left us vulnerable to terror at the dawn of the twenty-first.

No one better understands the inner Bill Clinton, that creature of endless and vexing contradiction, than Dick Morris. From the Arkansas governor's races through the planning of the triumphant 1996 reelection, Morris was Clinton's most valued political adviser. Now, in the wake of Clinton's million-selling memoir My Life, Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann, set the record straight with Because He Could, a frank and perceptive deconstruction of the story Clinton tells -- and the many more revealing stories he leaves untold.

With the same keen insight they brought to Hillary Clinton's life in their recent bestseller Rewriting History, Morris and McGann uncover the hidden sides of the complicated and sometimes dysfunctional former president. Whereas Hillary is anxious to mask who she really is, they show, Bill Clinton inadvertently reveals himself at every turn -- as both brilliant and undisciplined, charming yet often filled with rage, willing to take wild risks in his personal life but deeply reluctant to use the military to protect our national security. The Bill Clinton who emerges is familiar -- reflexively blaming every problem on right-wing persecutors or naïve advisers -- but also surprising: passive, reactive, working desperately to solve a laundry list of social problems yet never truly grasping the real thrust of his own presidency. And while he courted danger in his personal life, the authors argue that Clinton's downfall has far less to do with his private demons than with his fear of the one person who controlled his future: his own first lady.

Sharp and stylishly written, full of revealing insider anecdotes, Because He Could is a fresh and probing portrait of one of the most fascinating, and polarizing, figures of our time.

  • Silvermaster
A GOOD book, but not what I would call a great book. Those interested in insider details about President Bill Cinton will find the tibits juicy & interesting. After all, the author Dick Morris truly was a trusted insider at one time during the administration. I purchased the book as a gift to my late Mom, who enjoyed it very much, and then shared with with other in her senior apartment complex.
p.s. if you have some interesting book that you are ready to thin down form your bookcase, either senior's-only aprtmant complexes, or assisted living centrs usually have a library to accept donations. Please don;t forget the backbone of America,.... the great GENERATION, our seniors.
God bless you, Mom...
  • Grokinos
This is the most interesting piece of information on Bill Clinton to date. The book is sad because it shows how much potential Bill had and how intelligent he was, but also shows his vulnerability towards his wife's opinion and his poor reasoning for acting in certain ways "because he could." Morris was with Bill during his ascent to power and concludes that Bill is not even aware of just how much he accomplished while he was in office. As Clinton's top polling and pr specialist, Dick Morris chronicles what went wrong behind the scenes, Clinton's impeachment trial, and how Clinton has been able to maintain such high approval ratings even after disaster rocked his presidency.
  • Cesar
excellent
  • Defolosk
Very informative! Well written.
  • I love Mercedes
Excellent review of Clintons' time in office. Should be a must read for all, but, the general public with a good share of apathy could not care less. Clinton was a scroundel as far as I am concerned and this book verifies my beliefs
  • Nalme
First of all, I didn't read this book because I wanted to understand Bill Clinton better. I have never figured out why people say he is a mystery or an enigma. The book title "Because He Could" pretty well sums up Clinton's motivations and character. His public actions show him to be a weak man with a desperate need for attention and approval...your basic narcissist. Through luck, intellect, charisma and an insatiable drive for power, this particular narcissist made it to the presidency. (To me, the much bigger mystery is how people could vote him in even once, much less twice.) So why did I buy the book? I think Dick Morris is a brilliant political researcher and strategist whose grasp of the political climate is right on target 99% of the time. I wanted to see what his writing was like. I wasn't surprised to find that his writing style is witty and crisp. I thoroughly enjoyed Because He Could. The chapter on terrorism reminded me what a cowardly president Clinton was, always putting political expediency above what he was smart enough to know was best for the country. His paralysis in the face of difficult decisions was explained very well by Morris, who attributed it to his fear of criticism of his own draft dodging and his pathological need to be popular. I recommend this book very highly to anyone who is objective about Clinton, whether Republican or Democrat. To those who were taken in by Clinton's charm and remain enamored of him despite his despicable character and overall poor performance, I wouldn't suggest reading a book that rubs salt in the wound. But most of all, I hope anyone who has a thought of supporting Hillary for 2008 will read this book as well as Rewriting History (which I'll tackle next). The only negative thing I came away with was wondering how Dick Morris could have stomached working with this man and helping him stay in office...it makes me sadly realize his own character couldn't be too swift. Maybe he's changed for the better, as all of us can, and this book is a testament to the better man. I think I'll enjoy reading more of Dick's books...he is singularly qualified to write on the subject.
  • Abuseyourdna
Dick Morris clearly outlines why Bill Clinton was such a horrible president and such a characterless person. Clinton put our nation at risk and I just wish more people who think he was a genius would read this book.
Dick Morris worked closely under Bill Clinton since 1977, an insider. "Part of the mission of the book is to correct the historical record and set right the omissions, distortions and self-serving interpretations that fill the pages of My Life". "Falsehoods should not be permitted". I found myself reading the book with Dick's voice. It is a smooth read with a blend of wit, and the occasional run to the dictionary. The "notes" are not marked in the chapters, which there are many.

My reason for reading this book is to gain more Knowledge into Bill's Presidency and especially Hillary, since she will more than likely be running for President. It may be that Hillary will be more of a danger to us than her husband was ever capable of being. I have also been interested in Dick's writing style and opinions. Much of the book is already known, but Dick brings out the details, and keeps the blood boiling.

The main purpose of Because He Could is to clear up Bills distorted book. Maybe I will someday force myself into reading "My Life".

Ask yourself for what does Dick have to gain by lying. There always seems to be a man beside the man in power that he can't touch.

He does cover the positives along with the negatives of Bill's presidency. I do though have a problem with some of Dick's so called positives that Clinton made policies. Dick seams to know Bill better than Bill. He plays the role of psychologist, because of Bill's past actions.

"I think Clinton would have been a better president if he was not so empathetic or passive and trusted in himself."

A lot of what ifs.

For you Clinton devotees, you may change your mind about your beloved president after reading this.............or maybe not.

Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me (two terms)

Will Clintons' inaction of the growing terror threats around the world come back to haunt us in the future, time will tell, but it looks as if it will, doesn't it?

Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of blame to go around. This is only one subject.