While America Sleeps

Paperback $16.00

Broadway Books | Mar 12, 2013 | 320 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307952530

  • Paperback$16.00

    Broadway Books | Mar 12, 2013 | 320 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307952530

  • Ebook$9.99

    Broadway Books | Feb 21, 2012 | 320 Pages | ISBN 9780307952547

Praise

Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week

“In While America Sleeps, Russ Feingold takes us behind the scenes in the Congress in the time leading up to and following 9/11. In thoroughly analyzing the good decisions and the many dangerous mistakes that were made after the attacks, Senator Feingold gives us insights that should help Americans support policies that keep us and our liberties secure.  This book will alarm you, entertain you, enlighten you, and prepare you as citizens to engage in the national debate about a crucial part of our foreign policies.”
Senator Bob Kerrey
 
“While we hail from different political parties and most often disagree about the issues of the day, I have never met a more decent or honest public servant than Russ Feingold. We don’t often hear about Members of Congress with the courage of their convictions, but Russ lived that quality every day in the U.S. Senate. We waged many battles together for campaign finance reform, and I am honored to call him my friend. In his new book, While America Sleeps, Russ illuminates some of the challenges our nation faces in the post-9/11 era with his trademark integrity and independence.”
Senator John McCain
  
“Great senator! Great book!”
Lorrie Moore, author of A Gate at the Stairs
 
“Feingold offers a thoughtful prescription for elected officials and voters alike, and he invokes a passionate plea for every American to realize the momentous connections between ourselves and others around the world so that our nation is better able to proactively meet future challenges.”
Booklist
 
“Sage, sensible words by a leader who can now point to how right he was.”
Kirkus
 
“[Feingold’s] shockingly reasonable and carefully considered responses, as well as his respect for, and collaboration with, such Republican colleagues as John McCain and John Ashcroft, will make progressives, Wisconsinites, and other frustrated Americans nostalgic for the days of a more thoughtful, productive Congress.”
Publishers Weekly

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