""A Woman in Charge" . . . stands as a model of contemporary political biography . . . Bernstein has produced an excellent book: thorough, balanced, judicious and deeply reported . . . He offers a three-dimensional portrait of a person with enduring strengths (discipline, tenacity, a sustaining religious faith) and weaknesses (excessive secrecy, a tendency to self-righteousness and a habit of nursing grudges)...Bernstein almost always finds new facts and telling details...[His] account benefits enormously from remarkably candid on-the-record assessments of both Clintons by intimates such as close friend Jim Blair and Betsey Wright, Clinton's gubernatorial chief of staff in Arkansas." -Ronald Brownstein, "Los Angeles Times
"Serious, well-researched and fair..."A Woman in Charge" is . . . painstaking, sensitive and elegantly written."-"The Economist" "A remarkably revealing portrait."
-Byron York, "The""Wall Street Journal"
"Carl Bernstein presents a . . . balanced and convincing picture of Mrs. Clinton . . . He also poses the essential concerns voters will need to confront in deciding whether they will support Mrs. Clinton's 2008 candidacy."-Robert Dallek, "The""New York Times"
"[Carl Bernstein] has not lost his reporter's touch, and "A Woman in Charge" has already refocused serious questions-and supplied new information-about Hillary and Bill Clinton, their past behavior and their current ambitions to regain the White House."
-Kevin Phillips, "The""Washington Post Book World" "You could say Bernstein has written the definitive book on Hillary."
-Lynn Bronikowski, "Rocky Mountain News"
"Bernstein's "A Woman in Charge" is sprightly written, often insightful in its judgments, and studded with factual nuggets that enhance the Hillary saga."
-Walter Shapiro, "Salon.com"
"This book is really a considerable achievement."
-Peter Grier, "Christian Science Monitor"
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