Maggie Lindsy Haberman is an American journalist. She is a White House correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for CNN. She previously worked as a political reporter for The New York Post, the New York Daily News, and Politico.
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A gripping account by two New York Times reporters on the 2020 election and the first year of the Biden presidency, revealing the deep divides within both parties and the struggles to hold together a changing country. With shocking, never-before-seen details and interviews, the book explores the national crises of the pandemic, the attack on the Capitol, and Biden's political challenges. Will American democracy, as we know it, ever work again?
There have been some incredibly worthwhile books this year about this period in the life of the United States. First was “This Will Not Pass” by @jmartNYT and @alexanderburns – source
Also recommended byRon Fournier
Discover the incredible true story of the first Americans to be dropped behind enemy lines in Afghanistan after 9/11. Meet the CIA's Team Alpha, an eclectic band of linguists, tribal experts, and elite warriors, tasked with tracking down Al-Qaeda and preventing future attacks on America. Follow them on their covert mission as they ride into battle on horseback alongside Afghan warlords. First Casualty is a gripping and intimate account of the CIA's early victory and the lessons that were tragically ignored, fueling a decades-long conflict.
This book by @tobyharnden is extremely good and readable – source
Also recommended byJohn Sipher
A man born shortly after a failed attempt at flight spends his life trying to take to the skies. In this imaginative coming-of-age novel, Toni Morrison introduces a world of characters in Milkman Dead's journey from his rustbelt city to his family's origins. Along the way, readers meet assassins, liars, and seeresses in a fully realized black world.
@joseiswriting @NickRiccardi It’s a remarkable book and the final line is among my favorites of any I’ve read. – source