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Bush at War by Bob Woodward
Bob Woodward (All the President's Men) has made himself rich and famous writing books about historical moments of the last thirty years. In Bush at War he tells the inside story of the Bush administration's decisions and actions in the days after the September 11 terrorist attacks that led to the launching of war in Afghanistan. Whether you find this book an enlightening or disturbing account of the inner workings of the Bush administration might depend on your personal politics. That same factor probably affects any review you might read of this book. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of this book is Bob Woodward's details of a presidential administration that is known for its secrecy and tight control of information. That may be why this book moved quickly to the top of some bestseller lists.