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- American Evita
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- One Scandalous Story
- The Case Against Hillary Clinton
- The Clinton Crack-Up
- After the Flag Has Been Folded
- Hillary Unhinged
- Because He Could
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- Study Gudes
- Invasion of the Party Snatchers
- My Life as a Boy
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- Hillary Clinton's Biography
- Leaked Secret Transcripts from Bush's Oval Office
- Love and Struggle
- Hell to Pay
- Deconstructing Obama
- Pinheads and Patriots
- Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin
- Hillary the Other Woman
- At the Center of the Storm
- God and Hillary Clinton
- The Obama Nation
- The Secret Life of Barack Hussein Obama
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