The real McCain
Will he be the next President of the United States? The Republican candidate for the next American elections enjoys a reputation in public opinion as a maverick, that is to say, a maverick, an independent spirit and a reformer. Doesn't he present himself as the Straight Talker, the “outspoken”, a bit like in our country a Sarkozy called himself the enemy of hypocrites? Across the Atlantic, this formidable sophist has already seduced a good number of journalists and independent voters. But to analyze his positions and his past, John McCain appears as an elusive character rather than unclassifiable. Watching him constantly move from one position to another, with a consummate sense of twirling, one ends up wondering if he is not, as one curator called him, “constantly fickle”. This book is a real surgical strike whose precision and breath-taking effect should help to dissipate the mists that still surround McCain, and to understand why he fascinates some with his nerve.
256 pages | ISBN: 9782353410446