This is the untold, raw story of the presidency of William Jefferson Clinton: certainly one of the most controversial, Post-War American chief executives.
The author invites the reader to draw their own conclusions on the monologues of a president obsessed with defining the principal events that shaped his presidency, his place in history, and a fear that his story would be given short shrift by his detractors.
Will this alter your view of the Clinton Presidency, the man? The Clinton Tapes should at least intrigue you.
Taylor Branch is a bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner.