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An invitation to the White House

at home with history

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        StatementSimon & Schuster
        PublishersSimon & Schuster
        LC Classifications2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 137 p. :
        Number of Pages41
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100684857995

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Jordan told the : As you know, my schedules have been very hectic. Yet this wasand it had entirely to do with the circumstances under which Washington would be meeting with Roosevelt. Nor does it discuss Clinton's feelings or inner thoughts about being First Lady; that would have to come with her 2003 memoir. To ensure timely processing, we ask instead that you mail your invitation.

[An Invitation to the White House]

In addition, at the event, no public mention of the White House dinner was made. " Sherryl Connolly of the wrote that the surprise of this book is Clinton's spotlighting her domestic duties — when for eight years she has worked so determinedly to expand the role beyond the traditional and expected.

I decided to arrive the night before. Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison turned down invites from both a Republican and Democratic president. The book sold well, spending nine weeks on for hardcover non-fiction, peaking at number five.

The last chapter is filled with delightful recipes from the White House chefs, and includes such treats as new potatoes with lobster and bacon, hot pumpkin soup, and mocha cake.