Smashmouth: Two Years in the Gutter with Al Gore and George W. Bush: Notes from the 2000 Campaign Trail

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SMASHMOUTH
Two Years in the Gutter with Al Gore
and George W. Bush -- Notes from the
2000 Campaign Trail

DANA MILBANK

A Member of the Perseus Book Group

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Part I - The Fall of Mr. Nice Guy Al Gore 1
  • 1 - Juggorenaut 3
  • 2 - The Wonk 17
  • 3 - What's the Big; Idea? 25
  • 4 - Tony the Tiger Meets Bradley's Believers 33
  • Part II - The Fall of Mr. Nice Guy George W. Bush 47
  • 5 - Can We Talk? 49
  • 6 - Great Expectations 57
  • 7 - Mccainiacs 65
  • 8 - The Coronation 75
  • 9 - Smelling Blood 87
  • 10 - "The Biggest Caper in History" 101
  • Part III - The Rise of Smashmouth Gore's Recovery 111
  • 11 - Shakeup 113
  • 12 - Strange Bedfellows 121
  • 13 - Fisticuffs 131
  • 14 - Dollar Bill Devaluation 141
  • Part IV - The Rise of Smashmouth Bush's Recovery 151
  • 15 - Dreaming My Life Away 153
  • 16 - Capitalist Retool 163
  • 17 - The Right Cracks Up 173
  • 18 - Keeping Up with the Bob Joneses 185
  • Part V - Spring 2000 Bush Wins the Silly Season 199
  • 19 - Veep of the Week 201
  • 20 - Air Trump and Ufos 209
  • 21 - Gonadal Politics 221
  • 22 - The All-Starch Diet 231
  • 23 - How Dubya Got His Compassion Back 243
  • 24 - Pandarus Albertus 259
  • Part VI - Summer 2000 Gore Takes the Conventions 279
  • 25 - Candidates for Sale 281
  • 26 - Nasty is Nice 291
  • 27 - The English Patient 307
  • Part VII - Fall 2000 the Endless Campaign 325
  • 28 - Smashmouth Triumphant 327
  • 29 - Follow the Bouncing Polls 337
  • 30 - The End is Near . . . 353
  • 31 - Hanging Chad 371
  • 32 - No Surrender 381
  • Index 391
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