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Rolling on the River: The Best of Steve Neal (Hardback)
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Rolling on the River: The Best of Steve Neal (Hardback)

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Hardback 200 Pages / Published: 30/11/1999
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This volume brings together the work of Chicago political writer Steve Neal. The work, drawn from his long running ""Chicago Sun-Times"" column, covers historic events like the election of Jayne M. Byrne, Chicago's first female mayor, as well as introducing a whole host of colourful characters.

Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press
ISBN: 9780809322824
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 576 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm


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" Steve Neal is a unique political correspondent: a writer with broad historical knowledge, consummate literary skill, and a great love for the political game. Unlike many columnists, there is not a trace of cynicism in Steve Neal' s writing, but there is lots of Irish wit." -- Andrew M. Greeley

"Steve Neal's Rolling on the River is sharp, witty, and makes sense of the intrigue of politics behind the scenes and up front."--JaneM. Byrne


"Steve Neal is a unique political correspondent: a writer with broad historical knowledge, consummate literary skill, and a great love for the political game. Unlike many columnists, there is not a trace of cynicism in Steve Neal's writing, but there is lots of Irish wit."--Andrew M. Greeley


"Steve Neal writes perceptively about political figures, famous entertainers and others who have made significant contributions to our society. His collection is an engaging and moving tribute to many of the outstanding people of our time."

--Ann Landers

"Steve Neal is the Renaissance man of political columnists, by no means limited to politics but applying his deft touch to sports, popular culture and American history. "Rolling on the River "is a treat to read, as you learn what really goes on behind the scenes in Chicago and Washington."--Robert D. Novak

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