This is an outstanding survey of US politics during the 1990s describing both the rise of Bill Clinton as well as Newt Gingrich's politics of confrontation and non-cooperation. It also discusses fringe players at the time like Ross Perot and Pat Buchannan as well as Trump's first considerations of running for president.
The book helps people understand why our politics are the way they are today. They also show how much Trump seems to be a copycat of Buchannan. Although Trump criticized Buchannan for his racism and anti-Gay positions at the time, he appears to have copied Buchannan's main anti-immigration and anti-globalization messaging.
The book is very well written and is very entertaining as well as informative. It is a must read for political junkies.