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There have also been a truckload of memoirs ("Courage and Consequence" by Karl Rove, "Going Rogue" by Sarah Palin, "White House Diary" by Jimmy Carter, "A Journey" by Tony Blair, "Spoken from the Heart" by Laura Bush, "No Apology" by Mitt Romney, with George W. Bush's "Decision Points" still to come) and biographies ("Jimmy Carter" by Julian E. Zelizer, "Lyndon B. Johnson," by Charles Peters, "Joe Biden" by Jules Witcover, and "A Complicated Man: The Life of Bill Clinton as Told by Those Who Knew Him" by Michael Takiff due out later this month).

Of course there were some close examinations of the 2008 economic meltdown and the US government's intervention at the time of the crisis ("Too Big to Fail," by Andrew Sorkin, "On the Brink" by Henry M. Paulson, and "Freefall" by Joseph E. Stiglitz).

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