February 2010's Trusted Source Partner is the Santa Cruz Public Libraries
FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Reading recommendations from the Santa Cruz Public Libraries:
With all of its drama and surprise, the 2008 presidential election became blockbuster entertainment. Two political journalists pull back the curtain to reveal the gripping inside story of the race for the White House, explaining the reasons behind the rise of Barack Obama, the breakdown of Hilary Clinton's campaign, McCain's choice of Sarah Palin for a running mate and Palin's widespread, yet polarizing, appeal.
Heilemann, national political correspondent for New York magazine, and Halperin, political analyst for Time magazine, provide postcampaign analysis alongside the rich detail of the “real story” behind the historic campaign. An occasionally shocking, often hilarious, yet definitive account of the campaign of a lifetime. --Gail Mason, SCPL