In No One Left to Lie To, Christopher Hitchens portrays President Bill Clinton as one of the most ideologically skewed and morally negligent politicians of recent times. In a blistering polemic which shows that Clinton was at once philanderer and philistine, crooked and corrupt, Hitchens challenges perceptions - of liberals and conservatives alike - of this highly divisive figure. With blistering wit and meticulous documentation, Hitchens masterfully deconstructs Clinton's abject propensity for pandering to the Left while delivering to the Right and argues that the president's personal transgressions were inseparable from his political corruption.Thepractice was captured vividly in a1999 essay by RobertReich, Clintona#39;s firstterm secretary of labor and oneof the smallcore of liberalpolicy makers tohave been a aFriend of Bill, a or FOB, since the halcyon Rhodes Scholarship days of1969.
|Title||:||No One Left to Lie to|
|Publisher||:||Atlantic Books Ltd - 2012-04-01|