Yahoo! News – 2012-07-26
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The antagonist in Bridget Siegel's debut novel, "Domestic Affairs," is a charismatic Southern politician who has an affair with a staffer while running in the Democratic primary for president. But despite obvious parallels to the political soap opera that surrounded a real-life presidential aspirant, former U.S. Senator John Edwards, Siegel - a Democratic fundraiser turned novelist - insists the book is pure fiction. ...
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The Bookseller – 2011-05-27
Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Sun, 29/05/2011 - 12:00 A publishing platform which allows readers to choose what should be published has been launched, supported by Faber and...
International Herald Tribune – 2008-09-01
The new media players who came to the Democratic convention were not there just to annotate mainstream coverage: they're in the hunt themselves.
Salon.com – 2014-11-01
"A man at play with freedoms of his mind, believing allegiance to the truth and not the flag rescues democracy"
Slate – 2015-04-17
LONDON—Every once and a while, it’s worth pausing to ponder the relative merits of different kinds of democracy. Just consider: This week, Hillary Clinton published a two-minute video and...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-02
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb became the fifth Democrat to enter the 2016 presidential contest, acknowledging in his announcement Thursday that he would be a long shot against former Secretary of...
Salon.com – 2015-07-06
The current system is hopeless for creating progressive change. Let's take a page from marriage activists and fight
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-29
As a democracy, Ethiopia is far removed from the ideal that President Obama spelled out for Africa in his first trip as president to the continent in 2009.