Tag Teaming the Press, James Mueller's lively account of the evolution of the press relations of Bill and Hillary Clinton, spans the period that begins with the couple's earliest student political activism in the sixties and continues through Hillary's run for the White House in 2008. Based largely on interviews with the journalists who covered them, the book explains how the most powerful political couple in America learned to handle the media-an indispensable skill for the 21st Century politician.
James E. Mueller is associate professor of journalism at the University of North Texas.
Chapter 1 Tag Teaming the Press Chapter 2 We to They Chapter 3 He Wants to Please Chapter 4 She Wants to Control Chapter 5 Azalea Pink Rage and the Book of Accounts Chapter 6 Tag Team: Enter the Secret Weapon Chapter 7 Tag Team: Enter the Rock Star Surrogate Chapter 8 Knee-Jerk Liberal Press or Republican Noise Machine? Chapter 9 How Could You Prepare for Washington? Chapter 10 Get Used to It