The Best American Political Writing 2006
Thunder's Mouth Press, 2006 - Political Science - 411 pages
The annual compendium culls from the nation's most influential news sources to provide the most incisive, controversial, and entertaining writing about the notable names and events of the past twelve months. From Bush's rocky second term to the Iraqi elections; from Hurricane Katrina to Abernoff and Delay scandals; editor Royce Flippin provides a diverse collection of insights, opinions, and analyses on the political events that shaped last year.
This next insallment features writers across the political spectrum, including Andrew Sullivan, Matt Bai, Jennifer Senior, James Fallows, Nicholas Lemann, Elizabeth Drew, Michael Wolff, and many others.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mahallett - LibraryThing
this is not from "the best" series just "best". a bit of a boon doggle? it wasn't bad exactly. some stories were great, many were boring, some were too long. i don't think i will read any more in the ... Read full review
THE BEST AMERICAN POLITICAL WRITING 2005User Review - Kirkus
Anthology of essays on the white-hot political debates of 2004 tries to shed light on the issues and ideas that will shape politics in the coming years.Flippin has assembled many informative pieces ... Read full review