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Publisher: Regan Books/ Harper Collins
Release Date: 2004
ISBN: 00607366682
Format Reviewed: Hardcover
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Genre: Nonfiction / politics
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Barbara Buhrer
Reviewer Notes:  

Rewriting History
By Dick Morris

     Another Clinton bashing, this time of Hilary, not Bill, written by a former staff member now on the payroll of one of the Clinton's most vehement critics.

     Morris has doubts of Mrs. Clinton's sincerity; he accuses her of "distortion, exaggeration, falsifying, fabricating, inventing, omitting facts to achieve her political goals". He accuses her of altering her personality to suit today's needs; that Hilary Clinton will do anything necessary to become president. And there is more in the same vain.

     Morris has revealed in the book things his former clients (the Clintons) told him in confidence. It casts doubts on Morris' scruples.

     Rewriting History should be taken from whence it comes; a biased presentation of the former First Lady and now respected Senator from New York.