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All Too Human: A Political Education
Striking an entertaining balance between a trashy insider tell-all and the moving story of a bright young man coming of age in the national spotlight, All Too Human takes us from the excitement of the 1992 presidential campaign to the author's struggle for survival in a White House that often seemed clueless and foundering. A large part of the book's appeal is it's ability to mirror much of America's conflicted emotions about Bill Clinton. Stephanopoulos conveys deep awe and respect for Clinton the politician, while gaping in horror at each new revelation of dodgy morals and unfathomable personal judgment.