Eyes on City Hall: A Young Man's Education in New York Political Warfare

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Dates are 1997 unless otherwise indicated.
Part One:
Jams, Jellies, and Other Tools of the Trade
9 February 2: "a party that boasts": Daily News, "Dems Must Rise to Challenge," December 10, 1996; no truth to the rumor: New York Times, Herbert, December 13, 1996; "shapes up as hold your nose time": New York Post, Koch, February 14; "It's a miserable choice": New York Times, Firestone, March 22.
11 February 6: "When it comes to defense": Democratic National Committee Campaign Training Manual, Research Appendix (1995), 25.
17-18 February 15: Rollins said best campaign in thirty years, Hotline, November 8, 1993; "imposing order": Louisville Courier-Journal, Garrett, May 17, 1995; "cracking the whip": Louisville Courier-Journal, Cross, May 1, 1995; "most misleading TV ad of the year": Louisville Courier-Journal, Cross, May 10, 1995; pictures of Whitman: Bergen Record, Kiely, August 18, 1993; Millner "morally unfit": Atlanta Journal and Constitution, "A Miller-Millner Mudfest," August 15, 1994; sloganeering parrot: Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Foskett, August 10, 1994; "She hasn't a clue": New York Times, Sullivan, August 1, 1993; they got themselves an Uzi: Village Voice, Borges, January 2.
18-19 February 16: Stevenson buttons: Newsday, Voboril, September 21; "legendary lack of interest in fashion": Sunday Times (London), Allen-Mills, August 3.
22-23 February 19: "The facts had changed": Newsday, Janison and Willen, February 20; Sharpton "far and away the winner": Daily News, Liff and Zombardi, February 20.
23-24 February 20: "It is unfathomable to think": New York Times, Dowd, February 21; "Close your eyes": Daily News, Zion, February 20; "the leading contenders": New York Times, Nagourney, February 20; "I'm not suggesting": Hotline, "NYC Mayor: Dem Lovefest Focuses on Giuliani," New York Post, February 20; "It's spring training": Bergen Record, Blood, February 20; "Most politicians are half people": New York Post, Newfield, February 20.
24-26 February 23: Sharpton's sister lesbian: Village Voice, Schoofs, February 25; Sharpton called Koch a faggot: Village Voice, Schoofs, February 25; Jeffries on hand for announcement: New York Times, Hicks, March 14; "white interloper": New York Post, Siegel, September 14; Sharpton defrauded National Youth Movement: New York Observer, Conason, September 22; 1996 vote count: New York Times, Hicks, March 14; "You live long enough": Wasbington Post, Russakoff, March 28; Giuliani summons Jewish leaders: Daily News, Dwyer, March 4; "The Police Department is not going to be drawn": Daily News, Dwyer, March 4.

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • Part One - Jams, Jellies, and Other Tools of the Trade *
  • Part Two - Polled in Every Direction *
  • Part Three - Into the Breach *
  • Afterword 367
  • Notes 375
  • Acknowledgments 389
  • Author's Note 391
  • Index 393
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