by Allen Raymond and Ian Spiegelman
May 29, 2008 Scott McClellan's insider account of the White House is making headlines for its critical look back at his time in the Bush administration. Several authors who have written tell-all books about their workplace experiences explain why they did it.
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January 7, 2008 Author Allen Raymond talks about his book, How To Rig An Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative. Raymond, who went to prison for his role in an illegal campaign scheme, says that dirty tricks are commonplace in the political world.
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