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1. Wallowing In Pessimism
2. I Was The Fat Man On The Left
3. The Bush Coup
4. An Apocalypse Is Just What This Sinful World Needs
5. A Most Unappetizing Gang of Hypocrites and Liars
6. The New American Fascism
7. Sarah The Impaler
8. Does Being A Very Good Writer Guarantee Obama Will Be a Great President?
9. Politics, Economics & The Presidential Elections
10. Presidents & Near Presidents I Have Known
11. Obama The Magic Christian
12. Why Are Republicans So Damn Republican?
13. War, Wealth, Empire & The Obama Presidency
14. Forget Trying To Make Nice With The Priests & Kings
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Presidents & Near Presidents I Have Known

Presidents & Near Presidents I Have Known

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Published by Lionel Rolfe
Lionel Rolfe, the author of Presidents & Near Presidents I Have Known, has written seven books, but none is devoted directly to politics. His books, including such titles as Literary L.A. and The Uncommon Friendship of Yaltah Menuhin and Willa Cather, have been about classical music, history, religion, philosophy, literature and culture. But Rolfe has also been a working newsman for years, published in such newspapers as The Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. The Guardian of London described him “an LA-based raconteur and journalist” when heralding his book Literary L.A. Even though he has written widely on politics in newspapers and on websites, he has never penned a book about politics. Now he writes about person to person encounters with Hubert Humphrey, Ronald Reagan, Eugene McCarthy and Gerald Ford, as well as a huge array of other wild characters. He pegs the perplexing times we live in with deadly accuracy.



Lionel Rolfe, the author of Presidents & Near Presidents I Have Known, has written seven books, but none is devoted directly to politics. His books, including such titles as Literary L.A. and The Uncommon Friendship of Yaltah Menuhin and Willa Cather, have been about classical music, history, religion, philosophy, literature and culture. But Rolfe has also been a working newsman for years, published in such newspapers as The Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. The Guardian of London described him “an LA-based raconteur and journalist” when heralding his book Literary L.A. Even though he has written widely on politics in newspapers and on websites, he has never penned a book about politics. Now he writes about person to person encounters with Hubert Humphrey, Ronald Reagan, Eugene McCarthy and Gerald Ford, as well as a huge array of other wild characters. He pegs the perplexing times we live in with deadly accuracy.



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