Republic of Spin
David Greenberg talked about his book Republic of Spin: An Inside History of the American Presidency, in which he provides a history of how the White House has tried to control its message, from Theodore Roosevelt’s administration to today. This was part of the 9th annual Savannah Book Festival. close
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Anne Gardner Author Liaison Savannah Book Festival
David Greenberg Columnist Politico.com
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