Poisoning the Press

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  • Hardcover
  • 480 pages
  • Poisoning the Press
  • Mark Feldstein
  • English
  • 25 February 2018
  • 0374235309

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  1. Frances Levy says:

    The academic research that produced this book is astounding A very well written book that teaches us two things Richard Nixon was an even bigger son of a bitch that we thought he was, and so was Jack Anderson.Absolutely fascinating.I used to read the Merry Go Round column as well as Maxine Cheshire s society column now there s a ripe subject for a book in the Washington Post when Drew Pearson wrote it and then Jack Anderson took the reins There was no CNN then If you really wanted to know w The academic research that produced this book is astounding A very well written book that teaches us two things Richard Nixon was an even bigger son of a bitch that we thought he was, and so was Jack Anderson.Absolutely fascinating.I used to read the Merry Go Round column as well as Maxine Cheshire s society column now there s a ripe subject for a book in the Washington Post when Drew Pearson wrote it and then Jack Anderson took the reins There was no CNN then If you really wanted to know what was going on in Washington you read the Merry Go Round and Maxine They got it right about 95% of the time.To learn that Nixon went so far as to seriously consider having Jack Anderson assassinated was a revelation I always thought he was a two faced, sneaky SOB, but mostly with regard to mone...

  2. Jen says:

    Fascinating Mark Feldstein reminds the reader of Nixon s endless corruptions and the blame he puts on everyone but himself This blame eventually leads to the plot to kill his long time nemesis in the press, Jack Anderson Anderson is a muckracker who arrived in Washington as an investigative reporter the same time Nixon arrived as a California Congressman Anderson uncovered scandal after scandal that had Nixon in the front and center One su...

  3. Phil says:

    If you want to see the antecedents of the Bush crime family, look no further than the pages of this book Tracing a line from Nixon in the 1940s and the Alger Hiss case through to the corruption of ex military officers parroting the talking points of the Pentagon on Faux News, this book covers the history of the corrupting influence of that virulent strain of political slime that is Conservatism The dirty tricks, the bribery, scandal, backstabbing and even murder almost.A wonderfully research If you want to see the antecedents of the Bush crime family, look no further than the pages of this book Tracing a line from Nixon in the 1940s and the Alger Hiss case through to the corruption of ex military officers parroting the talking points of the Pentagon on Faux News, this book covers the history of the corrupting influence of that virulent strain of political slime ...

  4. Carol Hoenig says:

    I wrote about this disturbing book for The Huffington Post

  5. Converse says:

    Its not every American politician who seriously asks his subordinates to find a way to kill a pesky journalist without getting caught But then not every American politician has the likes of G Gordon Liddy and Howard Hunt on the payrollJack Anderson s interactions with Richard Nixon when back over a decade by the early 1970s His serious journalistic career began when started working with the columnist Drew Pearson in the late 1940s He and Pearson revealed just before the 1960 election thaIts not every American politician who seriously asks his subordinates to find a way to kill a pesky journalist without getting caught But then not every American politician has the likes of G Gordon Liddy and Howard Hunt on the payrollJack Anderson s interactions with Richard Nixon when back over a decade by the early 1970s His serious journalistic career began when started working with the columnist Drew Pearson in the late 1940s He and Pearson revealed just before the 1960 election that Nixon had received money from Howard Hughes, the money being laundered through Nixon s brother DonAnderson took over the column...

  6. Todd says:

    I am fascinated by Richard Nixon.The man is straight out of Shakespeare sometimes Iago, sometimes Lear, sometimes in his better, if increasingly rare, moments Prince Hal himself Never Falstaff, though Nobody doubts his brilliance or cunning, but oh, what venality He could never get over the contempt he had for the kinds of people LBJ called the Harvards those golden boys who effortlessly controlled the levers of power and sneered at awkward ladder climbers like Richard Nixon.Mark I am fascinated by Richard Nixon.The man is straight out of Shakespeare sometimes Iago, sometimes Lear, sometimes in his better, if increasingly rare, moments Prince Hal himself Never Falstaff, though Nobody doubts his brilliance or cunning, but oh, what venality He could never get over the contempt he had for the kinds of people LBJ called the Harvards those golden boys who effortlessly controlled the levers of power and sneered at awkward ladder climbers like Richard Nixon.Mark Feldstein s Poisoning the Press pairs Nixon with one of his fiercest critics, muckraking columnist Jack Anderson In Anderson, Nixon hadthan a foe in the media he had someone who was surprisingly like the 37th president himself Like Nixon, Anderson had a ne er do ...

  7. Kusaimamekirai says:

    This is a fascinating look at two men, president Richard Nixon and reporter Jack Anderson, who shared an adversarial and toxic relationship for thirty years This relationship would have far reaching consequences not only for the lives of these men but for the country as a whole even to this day While many people today probably are unaware of Jack Anderson he was during the 60 s and 70 s the preeminent investigative journalist in America As such, he spent a large amount of time hounding, hara This is a fascinating look at two men, president Richard Nixon and reporter Jack Anderson, who shared an adversarial and toxic relationship for thirty years This relationship woul...

  8. david-baptiste says:

    Excellent portrayal of the decades long feud war between Tricky Dick Nixon and the scoop snoop supreme jack Anderson for myself a fascinating read as i had not known the extent of the mutual enmity involvement of the two men dating back to the late 1940 s and the effects sometimes inadvertntly postive thatAnderson had on Nixon s various election campaigns in California Congress Senate inthe 1940 s governorship race lost in 1962 and nationally as Vice President under Eisenhower and Excellent portrayal of the decades long feud war between Tricky Dick Nixon and the scoop snoop supreme jack Anderson for myself a fascinating read as i had not known the extent of the mutual enmity involvement of the two men dating back to the late 1940 s and the effects sometimes inadvertntly postive thatAnderson had on Nixon s various election campaigns in California Congress Senate inthe 1940 s governorship race lost in 1962 and nationally as Vice President under Eisenhower and Presiendt from 1968 to Watergate the book pulls no punches in its portrayal of both men Anderson doesn t erge, isnt sh...

  9. Riley says:

    This book is a good reminder of just how dangerous Richard Nixon really was I also learned a lot about Jack Anderson, a largely forgotten media figure who was in his day the nation s preeminent investigative reporter.Whenever I read about abuses by the FBI and CIA, I m always struck by how absurd and incompetent they often are It is always important to remember, though, that they are also very, very serious things Those thoughts came to mind for me reading about the Nixon administration s plo This book is a good reminder of just how dangerous Richard Nixon really was I also learned a lot about Jack Anderson, a largely forgotten media figure who was in his day the nation s preeminent investigative reporter.Whenever I read about abuses by the FBI and CIA, I m always struck by how absurd and incompetent they often are It is always important to remember, though, that they are also very, very serious things Those thoughts came to mind for me reading about the Nixon administration s plots to assassinate Anderson no joke As author Mark Feldstein writes To be sure, the White House plot to assassinate Anderson was ultimately aborted and the conspirators were soon caught breaking into the Watergate building But the final outcome could easily have been very different Anderson, for one, believes that it was just a fluke that he wasn t murdered, and then ...

  10. April Helms says:

    A great read for history buffs although you might want a comic chaser afterward It s an interesting and well written account of the backgrounds and relationship between former president Richard Nixon and muckracker columnist Jack Anderson To say it was antagonistic would be an understatement The two men hated each other with a passion there is a whole chapter devoted to how Nixon asked some of his Plumbers a...