CITIZEN MCCAIN reveals McCains calm and smiling demeanor has a dark, fatalistic side, and at times he explodes for no apparent reason, which led Bush backers to start a whispering campaign that he is unstable. But Drew writes that he also has a kindness, even a "sweetness" to him thats rare in politicians.
Impossible to pigeon-hole, McCain has been embraced by progressives, mainstream Democrats, neo-con extremists, and Reagan Republicans at different times of his career. But Drew also shows that he has trouble building coalitions. What kind of president would he be?
hardback 171 pp.