State of Denial and The War Within
Based on his bestselling books, Bob Woodward provides audiences with the inside story of the Bush administration's efforts to manage the War in Iraq. Woodward provides anecdotes and stories that shed light on how the current Iraqi policy took shape, and comments on what the future holds for the war in Iraq.
Esteemed Investigative Journalist
One of the most respected investigative reporters in the news business, Bob Woodward has earned nearly every American journalism award, including the Pulitzer Prize. Woodward first gained national attention when he teamed with Carl Bernstein to investigate the burglary at the Watergate office building. Since then he's achieved national acclaim as the only contemporary American to author or co-author nine #1 national best-selling non-fiction books, including All The President's Men, The Final Days, The Agenda, The Choice, Shadow - Five Presidents and the Legacy of Watergate, which surveys the legacy of the Watergate scandal on contemporary politics, and Maestro: Greenspan's Fed and the American Boom, a look at Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan and the American economy. Woodward's release, State of Denial is an extraordinary piece of in-depth reporting. As the foremost expert on the Bush administration, and the author of the number one national bestsellers, Bush at War, Plan of Attack and The War Within, Woodward now provides the public with the most intimate account yet of the Iraq War.