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Back to Work by Bill Clinton.. No slouch is the guy who owns the catch-phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid,” who provides in this book his recipe for the future. A bold embrace of smart governance (Obama?!) is among his aces-in-the-hole.

Joel Gardner, LitSnap Editor

"Bill Clinton’s new book, “Back to Work,” is really several books in one slender volume. It’s a lucid one-man rebuttal of the Tea Party’s anti-government agenda. A series of shrewd talking points for Democrats trying to hold on to the White House and battling for control of Congress in the midst of a sour economy and growing voter discontent. A self-serving reminder of the prosperity the country enjoyed during Mr. Clinton’s tenure in the White House, meant to burnish his legacy. And a practical set of proposals — some borrowed and some new, some innovative and some highly sketchy — for restoring economic growth and creating jobs."

The New York Times

"The Democratic Party has been criticized — by supporters as well as critics — for not having the fortitude lately to stand up for its ideas, policies, even its president. That may change with the release of Bill Clinton's "Back to Work," a book with the chutzpah that the Democrats have been missing."

The Los Angeles Times

Author bio: President Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe III on August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas, three months after his father died in a traffic accident. When he was four years old, his mother wed Roger Clinton, of Hot Springs, Arkansas. In high school, he took the family name. More information can be found here:

Book Details: General Nonfiction; (196 pp. Excoriating: Kindle/Audiobook/Print editions)

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