The value of a book is that you can take to the sidelines the things that seemed important at the time but in retrospect weren't, and you can focus on the things that are more important. You can tell the story more coherently. There's [also] new reporting in the book. I did a long postelection interview with Gov. Romney, in which he lays out his view of what happened and why. I did interviews with a number of the other people who ran for the Republican nomination, and their thoughts are there for the first time for people to read. There's some fascinating material about the process that Gov. Christie of New Jersey went through before he decided not to run and the pressures he felt. So there is a lot of new material in the book for people who like politics.
- Read Stephanie Slade: How Republicans Can Meld Libertarianism and Populism
- Read Jamie Chandler: Liberal Media Bias Is Not Killing the Washington Post or Print Journalism
- Read Peter Roff: Obama Rodeo Clown Loses His Job and America Loses Its Sense of Humor