Bob Woodward Writing Styles in Plan of Attack

Bob Woodward
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Plan of Attack is a veteran investigative reporter's of how George W. Bush and his key advisors decided on and planned the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. Author Bob Woodward has been a reporter at the Washington Post, where with colleague Carl Bernstein, he followed the trail from the Watergate burglars to Richard Nixon's Oval Office taping system. Having finished a book on America's invasion of Afghanistan in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Bush at War, Woodward looks at the next step in the President's global war on terror. Bush is eager to get across to the American people - particularly in the 2004 election year, when the book appears - why he is right about going to war. He grants several extended interviews to the author and directs his advisors to cooperate. Woodward pulls this all together in the third person past tense as a...

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