The 2004 election promises to be drama of a high order, a close, tense, bitter struggle in a deeply divided country caught in a strange and hard war. Newsweek's reporters will be there at the critical moments, recording the scenes that will decide the outcome. After the election, the Newsweek team will produce an expanded version of the stories that appeared in the magazine and Thomas will write an essay on the new administration, its key players and its prospects, the tone and direction it is expected to set. The book that emerges will be a first draft of history-not rough-but knowing and deeply reported.
Buy Election 2004 book by Evan A. Thomas from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(210mm x 140mm x 16mm)
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Author Biography - Evan A. Thomas
Evan Thomas, an assistant managing editor at Newsweek since 1991, has guided the magazine's overall coverage and written more than a hundred cover stories. He is the author of Back from the Dead: How Clinton Survived the Republican Revolution, Robert Kennedy: His Life, and John Paul Jones: Sailor, Hero and Father of the American Navy.