John Heilemann (left) and Mark Halperin are the authors of Game Change. Heilemann is a writer for New York magazine. Halperin is editor-at-large and senior political analyst for Time magazine. hide caption

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Changing The 'Game,' But Not For The Better

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Through The Looking Glass: Alice In Fact And Fiction

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'36 Arguments' Poses Questions Of Faith, In Fiction

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A Gritty Homage To Motley Crue In 'The Dirt'

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