Eyes on City Hall is a close-up look at the paranoid, frenzied, oppressive, and exhilarating world of modern political campaigns. Mandery offers a behind-the-scenes look at political campaigns in the television era. This day-to-day account of the 1997 New York City mayoral race takes us to the real battleground of modern politics. Sometimes cynical, often mirthful, and always honest, Eyes on City Hall will forever change your view of political campaigns.
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