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The Boston Globe: Inventing John McCain
John McCain, maverick icon of American duty and patriotism, is as much a literary creation as a political one. Meet the author. (April 13, 2008)

The Boston Globe: The Right Sort of Enemy

A political realist now follows his own path. (November 23, 2007)

The Boston Globe: Arizona Raising

How John McCain found his way back to Congress, and what it taught him. (May 30, 2008)  

The Boston Globe: “I’ve Never Seen Him Come Around”

How John McCain sees race. (Aug 10, 2008)

Monocle: Daddy’s Girl

Keiko Sofía Fujimori was Peru’s first lady at age 19 – appointed by her father, the then-president. Now 35, she is standing for the top job herself, while her father is in jail charged with corruption. Can she win over the electorate and set him free?

The Boston Globe Magazine: The Long-Distance Runner

While other 2012 Republican presidential hopefuls crash, burn, and sputter, Mitt Romney has quietly been raising millions, casting himself as a New Hampshire son, keeping cozy with the NRA, and otherwise perfecting his Mr. Perfect approach. (August 30, 2009)

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