When it comes to Washington politics, gossip didn't begin with the Clintons. Whispers and innuendos have been part of the American political landscape since our nation's beginning.
In this history, Gail Collins serves up two centuries' worth of gossip about major and minor politicians - from Thomas Jefferson's rumored affair with his slave mistress, Sally Hemings, to the accusations of cannibalism aimed at early nineteenth-century presidential candidate John Fremont, to the alleged indiscretions of FDR, Kennedy, Nixon, Ford, Clinton, and Bush.
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Subtítulo: GOSSIP, CELEBRITY, AND AMERICAN POLITICS