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Synopsis: The 2000 presidential campaign was shaped by the passions and ploys of dedicated spin masters who guided John McCain's Straight Talk Express, rescued George W. Bush after the disastrous New Hampshire primary, burnished Dan Quayle's damaged image, and struggled to popularize Steve Forbes.
About the Author: Kris Mayes, 29, as the national-affairs writer for The Arizona Republic, spent months on the campaign trail during the battle for the 2000 Republican presidential nomination. During the campaign she appeared on C-SPAN, CNN and MSNBC. Mayes holds a Master of Arts degree in public policy and administration from Columbia University, and in 1993 did an internship on the Crime and Violence Desk of the Johannesburg Star in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Charles Kelly, 54, a reporter for The Arizona Republic, was a co-winner of the Arizona Journalist of the Year Award in 1992. His profiles of political figures include a book-length account of the career of former Arizona Gov. Fife Symington, who was prosecuted for bank fraud while in office, and a 20,000-word profile of former Vice-President Dan Quayle. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and the Boston Globe.
Title: Spin Priests
Publisher: Xlibris Corp
Book Condition: VERY GOOD
Book Description Xlibris Corporation LLC. Paperback. Condition: Fair. Seller Inventory # G0738864765I5N00
Book Description Xlibris Corp. Condition: Good. . Seller Inventory # N02G-00190