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On the Line: The New Road to the White House

King, Larry;Stencel, Mark

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ISBN 10: 187937160X / ISBN 13: 9781879371606
Published by Publishing Mills, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A., 1993
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Title: On the Line: The New Road to the White House

Publisher: Publishing Mills, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Audio Cassette

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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The baseball-loving talk show host reveals what it was like to be on his side of the microphone when presidential politics encountered the talk show in 1992. Simultaneous.

From Publishers Weekly:

King's brisk recap of the 1992 Presidential campaign as seen on talk-show televison offers few new insights. Rather, it is a lively account of a strange campaign in which Ross Perot announced his candidacy on King's own CNN show, Larry King Live , Bill Clinton played his saxophone on the Arsenio Hall Show and Jerry Brown offered his 800 phone number everywhere on the airwaves. King ( Tell It to the King ) argues that the high-ratings, miniseries-like, talk-show campaign was "good for the process" in that it created "more interest in the candidates and the issues" among distrustful voters seeking "unfiltered" talk. In a chatty, self-deprecating style ("Here I was, a guy from Brooklyn . . ."), King recounts each candidate's attitude toward and experience on the major talk shows. His cautionary note: politicians must not be allowed to "circumvent" tough questions by well-informed journalists on complex issues.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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