- A comparative reading of every book released by a candidate for the U.S. Presidency in the past five years.
- Books are still valid even if the candidate has lost or dropped out. I’m not making any predictions, although I’m not above judging a candidate’s fitness to be president.
- If a candidate has written more than one book in the last five years, I’m reading the most recent one. I have a full-time job.
- Posts are primarily comparative. I will address individual books if they’re especially unique but I’m interested in the aggregate.
Who’s in charge here?
Anne Meeker is an American but has been living in Italy and England for the past five years. She studied anthropology at the University of Oxford, and international political history at the London School of Economics. Her Master’s thesis is on Nixon’s post-presidential memoirs.
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