The Price of Loyalty by Ron Suskind
The Price of Loyalty
George W. Bush, the White House, and the Education of Paul O’Neill
This striking, unfurling account resembles no other book that has been composed about the Bush administration – or any that is probably going to be composed soon. At its center are the genuine evaluations of previous U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill, for a long time the organization’s top monetary authority, an important of the National Security Council, and a mentor to the new President. He is the main individual from Bush’s deepest hover to leave and afterward to consent to talk honestly about what has truly been going on inside the White House.
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O’Neill’s record is upheld by Suskind’s meetings with numerous members in the organization, by transcripts of gatherings, and by voluminous reports that cover most territories of household and remote strategy. The outcome is a revelation of broadness and profundity unparalleled for a continuous administration. As perusers are taken to the very epicenter of government, this news-production volume offers a complete perspective of the characters and lead of Bush and his nearest counsels as they oversee pivotal household approaches and worldwide procedures during an era of life-and-passing emergencies.