...With unparalleled depth, Brock profiles Hillary's early mentors; delves into the byzantine world of Arkansas politics; and describes in explicit detail what Hillary has done to ensure Bill's meteoric rise to the top of American politics. Along the way, Hillary comes to terms with the strains in her marriage and undergoes multiple makeovers for the sake of an unprecedented political partnership...Concluding that Hillary is neither the selfless and untarnished icon that her allies would portray nor the scheming Lady MacBeth of conservative demonology, Brock illuminates the character and actions of one of America's most poorly understood and unfairly maligned public figures.
Includes black & white photos.
Hardcover book with dust jacket. Copyright 1996. The Free Press, a division of Simon & Schuster. 452 numbered pages. Book measures approximately 6 1/4" x 9 1/2."
Dust jacket shows some light overall shelf wear and is creased along the top edge. Light curling at the bottom edge of the jacket. Small smudge on the bottom edge of the pages (visible when the book is closed.) No underlining or highlighting to the pages and binding is tight.