McCain's Promise: Aboard the Straight Talk ExpressPaperback
List price $12.42
You save $1.79 14% off
Free delivery worldwide
Dispatched in 3 business days
When will my order arrive?
- Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
- Format: Paperback | 144 pages
- Dimensions: 137mm x 206mm x 15mm | 386g
- Publication date: 4 September 2008
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0316040533
- ISBN 13: 9780316040532
- Sales rank: 238,021
In February 2000 John McCain was widely perceived as the voice of hope in American presidential politics: the "anti-candidate," the harbinger of change, the straight talker whose vigor and apparent authenticity were winning him support among disaffected voters from both parties and especially from young Americans. David Foster Wallace, commissioned by Rolling Stone to profile the candidate, reported back from the front lines in a characteristically potent blast of journalistic brio. McCAIN'S PROMISE not only captures the lunatic rough-and-tumble of a presidential campaign but also delivers a compelling inquiry into John McCain himself - the Senator, the P.O.W., the campaign finance reformer, the American hero, the candidate, the man.
Other people who viewed this bought:
USD$12.51 - Save $3.49 21% off - RRP $16.00
USD$30.01 - Save $4.99 14% off - RRP $35.00
USD$13.80 - Save $6.39 31% off - RRP $20.19
USD$12.19 - Save $3.34 21% off - RRP $15.53
USD$11.70 - Save $3.83 24% off - RRP $15.53
USD$12.62 - Save $2.91 18% off - RRP $15.53
Other books in this category
USD$11.24 - Save $7.40 39% off - RRP $18.64
USD$40.32 - Save $6.29 13% off - RRP $46.61
USD$16.83 - Save $6.47 27% off - RRP $23.30
USD$32.94 - Save $9.01 21% off - RRP $41.95
USD$42.79 - Save $3.82 (8%) - RRP $46.61
David Foster Wallace is the author of two novels; three story collections; and two nonfiction collections. He was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship and numerous other awards. He died in September 2008.
"Compelling...A patient and thoughtful meditation on what McCain's military past-specifically, his five-plus years as a prisoner of war-means about his moral fiber." Kevin Canfield, "Atlanta Journal-Constitution""