Tell-All Authors and the Price They Pay

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Scott McClellan's insider account of the White House is making headlines for its critical look back at his time in the Bush administration. It's the kind of memoir that often results in a backlash from former colleagues. Several authors who have written tell-all books about their workplace experiences explain why they did it, and what their lives were like afterwards.

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Allen Raymond, author of How to Rig an Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative

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Confessions of a Republican Operative

by Allen Raymond and Ian Spiegelman

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