Slate's Greatest Hits

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Oct. 24 2001 7:44 PM

Slate's Greatest Hits

The best of our first five years; plus Bushisms, The Road to Chadville, and other downloads.

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Download: Click here or on the button above to download The Magic of Reading as a free eBook. (File size: 265 KB.) You'll need the free Microsoft Reader software. Scroll down to "How To Get and Use Slate eBooks" to learn how to install it.

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George W. Bushisms, The Slate Book of The Accidental Wit and Wisdom of Our 43rd President Each week, Slate's Chief Political Correspondent Jacob Weisberg collects quotes from George W. Bush, such as, "I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family," and "It is clearly a budget. It's got a lot of numbers in it." We've collected the best tidbits into a book. Download a free sample below, or click here to buy the paperback book.

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The Road to Chadville: Campaign 2000 as Seen From Cyberspace In July 1999, Slate chief political correspondent Jacob Weisberg filed his first dispatch from the 2000 presidential campaign trail: "Styles of Stiff," about the stylistic differences between Bill Bradley (whom he called "merely boring") and Al Gore ("actually a bore"). Over the next 18 months Weisberg followed Democrats, Republicans, Greens, and Reformers around the country, judging their stump speeches, refereeing their debates, and calling their bluffs—all the way to Florida and the U.S. Supreme Court. The Road to Chadville is a collection of his 154 articles, which were originally posted in Slate's "Ballot Box" department and includes an introduction by Slate editor Michael Kinsley.

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Download: Click here or on the button above to download The Road to Chadville as a free eBook. (File size 520 KB.) You'll need the free Microsoft Reader software. Scroll down to "How To Get and Use Slate eBooks" to learn how to install it.

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