Author Woodward's Book
Bush at War
Washington Post reporter and editor Woodward studies the decision-making process in the Bush cabinet between Sept. 11, 2001 and the launch of the war in Afghanistan several months later. The author talked with all of the principals, although he seems to have gotten more cooperation from Powell and Tenet than, say, Rumsfeld and Cheney. This is a fast, almost facile read; Woodward takes you inside National Security Council meetings and private conversation...
Plan of Attack
Plan of Attack is Bob Woodward's journalistic account of the Bush Administration's planning process for the second Gulf War. Early in his presidency Bush decided that Saddam Hussein needed to be removed from power, and that it would have to be done through war. He asked General Tommy Franks to draft a war plan. Franks came up with a brilliant plan to win the war, but very little planning was done about securing the peace. Secretary of Defense Donald Rums...
Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi
In Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi, Bob Woodward wrote about the meteoric rise of John Belushi from his first acting forays in the play Lemmings as a college student from Wheaton, IL to improvisational comic at The Second City theater in Chicago. Beginning in 1975, he became a star as an original cast member of Saturday Night Live's Not Ready For Prime Time Players. Before his death in 1982, Belushi had ascended to superstardom as ...
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