Myriam Wead: The Lady Behind the Presidential Books

This Spring, Myriam and I will celebrate 32 years of marriage. What a ride. Many of you have read my books and never known her work behind the scenes.  Born and raised in a village outside of Angers, France, she worked for a year in Toronto before beginning her work of transcribing hours of interviewsContinue reading “Myriam Wead: The Lady Behind the Presidential Books”

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Memories From the Iowa Caucuses

Former President Jimmy Carter made it famous. I had the privilege of interviewing him about his experience. He went into Iowa with a 2% name recognition. He won the Jefferson-Jackson Day straw poll in 1975, which earned him the cover of Time and Newsweek magazines. Then Carter won the Iowa caucus in 1976, launching himContinue reading “Memories From the Iowa Caucuses”