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The Real McCain

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Subject  McCain, John
Publisher  PoliPointPress
Media type  Book
Name  The McCain
Originally published  2008
Page count  187
Genre  Biography
Publication date  2008
Pages  187
Role  Book by Cliff Schechter
Author  Cliff Schechter
OCLC  212846425

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The Real McCain: Why Conservatives Don't Trust Him and Why Independents Shouldn't by Cliff Schecter is a 2008 book that analyzes the political transformation of Senator John McCain. Starting with the Keating Five lobbying scandal, it covers McCain's political transformation to a reformer and a Barry Goldwater Republican in the 1990s, his flirtation with Democratic positions in 2001 and recreation as a "maverick", and finally his metamorphosis into one of the Bush Administration's strongest supporters in the Senate during George W. Bush's second term.

Author Cliff Schecter is a political writer and activist.

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