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The New York Times bestseller and Book Sense 76 pick is now in paperback. This is the book by Whitewater warrior Susan McDougal that created a media sensation, with author appearances on Today, The O'Reilly Factor, Larry King, Crossfire, FOX Morning News, and The CBS Early Show; and a controversial review in The New York Times that generated chat all over the Internet, andThe New York Times bestseller and Book Sense 76 pick is now in paperback. This is the book by Whitewater warrior Susan McDougal that created a media sensation, with author appearances on Today, The O'Reilly Factor, Larry King, Crossfire, FOX Morning News, and The CBS Early Show; and a controversial review in The New York Times that generated chat all over the Internet, and the newspaper's own printed correction. Breaking her silence on the Whitewater affair and giving a moving portrait of what happens to women in American prisons, McDougal's book is a must-read for Americans of all political stripes and for everyone concerned about wrongful conviction and imprisonment. Black-and-white photographs are included....

Title : The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk: Why I Refused to Testify Against the Clintons and What I Learned in Jail
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ISBN : 9780786713028
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 400 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Woman Who Wouldn't Talk: Why I Refused to Testify Against the Clintons and What I Learned in Jail Reviews

  • Patricia
    2019-04-02 01:07

    Troubling on so many levels. The stories of the women in prison are memorable. How can something like this happen? The phrase, "Justice is blind," can be viewed in a negative way as she shows.

  • Cindy
    2019-03-27 05:06

    Awesome book about her story with the government and treatment in jail. An eye opener for sure and very scary. Must read.

  • Peggy
    2019-03-28 05:09

    I have even more admiration for Susan than I already did after reading this book. What was done to her by the OIC was unconscionable, but her strength of character and her ability to make the best of even the worst circumstances is admirable. She was a young, naive girl whose only real "crime" was trusting too much. She is now a wizened woman who gained tremendous insight into the plight of many women in prison and has turned what she learned into a campaign to help those women. This book wasn't just her story, she also shared the stories of many of these women who she met and who deserve to have their stories told as well. I highly recommend this book.

  • Eileen Stoecklin
    2019-04-02 03:23

    This book really opened my eyes to the dishonesty in our American Government; what it's really like behind closed doors and how we are not as free as we think we are. I commend Susan McDougal for her honesty, even if telling the truth landed her in prison for 18 months.

  • Debbie
    2019-04-01 22:26

    The book was a surprise! Expecting to find trash on Bill and Hillary Clinton, McDougal took another approach and enlightened the reader about her life and jail experiences and what she learned about human nature.

  • Connie Vogelgesang
    2019-03-27 01:23

    Mostly a good read. Even now it's hard to believe it actually happened.

  • Ellen Black
    2019-03-23 21:18

    I found this book to be fascinating, while finding new respect and awe for Susan McDougal. What the right-wing did to her, an innocent person, is hideous - but, not at all surprising.

  • Robert
    2019-04-10 04:06

    Susan McDougal talks about her life, the Clintons, and being the focus of Ken Starr's Whitewater crusade.