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- DescriptionThe dazzling, inimitable Molly Ivins is back, with her own personal Hall of Fame of America s most amazing and outlandish politicians the wicked, the wise, the witty, and the witless drawn from more than twenty years of reporting on the folks who attempt to run our government (in some cases, into the ground). Who Let the Dogs In? takes us on a wild ride through two decades of political life, from Ronald Reagan, through Big George and Bill Clinton, to our current top dog, kwn to Ivins readers simply as Dubya. But those are just a few of the political animals who are hored and skewered for our amusement. Ivins also writes hilariously, perceptively, and at times witheringly of John Ashcroft, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, H. Ross Perot, Tom DeLay, Ann Richards, Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, and the current goverr of Texas, who is kwn as Rick Goodhair Perry.Following close on the heels of her phemenally successful Bushwhacked and containing an up-to-the-minute Introduction for the campaign season, Who Let the Dogs In? is political writing at its best. From the Hardcover edition.
- Author BiographyMOLLY IVINS began her career in journalism as the complaint department of the Houston Chronicle. In 1970, she became co-editor of The Texas Observer, which afforded her frequent fits of hysterical laughter while covering Texas legislature. In 1976, Ivins joined The New York Times as a political reporter. The next year, she was named Rocky Mountain Bureau Chief, chiefly because there was no one else in the bureau. In 1982, she returned once more to Texas, which may indicate a masochistic streak, and has had plenty to write about ever since. Her column is syndicated in more than three hundred newspapers, and her freelance work has appeared in Esquire, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, The Nation, and Harper s, and other publications. Her first book, Molly Ivins Can t Say That, Can She?, spent more than a year on the New York Times bestseller list. Her books with Lou Dubose on George W. Bush, S hrub and Bushwhacked, were national bestsellers. A three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, she counts as her two greatest honors that the Minneapolis police force named its mascot pig after her and that she was once banned from the campus of Texas A&M. From the Hardcover edition.
- Author(s)Molly Ivins
- PublisherRandom House Trade
- Date of Publication12/07/2005
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectHumour: Collections & General
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintRandom House Trade
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight272 g
- Width136 mm
- Height202 mm
- Spine22 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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