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Hayes, Stephen F.

Overview
Works: 11 works in 29 publications in 3 languages and 2,178 library holdings
Genres: Biography 
Classifications: E840.8.C43, 973.931092
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Most widely held works by Stephen F Hayes
Cheney : the untold story of America's most powerful and controversial vice president by Stephen F Hayes ( Book )
8 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 1,301 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
During a forty-year career in politics, Vice President Dick Cheney has been involved in some of the most consequential decisions in recent American history. Yet for all of his influence, the world knows very little about the most powerful vice president in U.S. history, among the most secretive and guarded of all public officials. Journalist Hayes draws upon hundreds of interviews with the vice president, his boyhood friends, political mentors, family members, reticent staffers, and senior Bush administration officials, to deliver a comprehensive portrait. The topics covered include Cheney's withdrawal from Yale; his days in the Ford White House; his meteoric rise to congressional leadership; his opposition to removing Saddam Hussein from power after the first Gulf War; his selection as Bush's running mate; his performance on 9/11 and the aggressive measures he pushed in the aftermath; the Iraq War; and intelligence battles with the CIA and their lasting effects.--From publisher description
The connection : how al Qaeda's collaboration with Saddam Hussein has endangered America by Stephen F Hayes ( Book )
4 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 710 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Drawing on top-secret intelligence materials and interviews with Bush and Clinton administration officials, this study explores the links between Saddam Hussein and bin Laden's al Qaeda terrorist network and assesses the implications of that relationship
Cheney [the untold story of America's most powerful and controversial vice president] by Stephen F Hayes ( Recording )
5 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 142 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
During a forty-year career in politics, Vice President Dick Cheney has been involved in some of the most consequential decisions in recent American history. Yet for all of his influence, the world knows very little about the most powerful vice president in U.S. history, among the most secretive and guarded of all public officials. Journalist Hayes draws upon hundreds of interviews with the vice president, his boyhood friends, political mentors, family members, reticent staffers, and senior Bush administration officials, to deliver a comprehensive portrait. The topics covered include Cheney's withdrawal from Yale; his days in the Ford White House; his meteoric rise to congressional leadership; his opposition to removing Saddam Hussein from power after the first Gulf War; his selection as Bush's running mate; his performance on 9/11 and the aggressive measures he pushed in the aftermath; the Iraq War; and intelligence battles with the CIA and their lasting effects.--From publisher description
Cheney : a revealing portrait of America's most powerful vice president by Stephen F Hayes ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Cheney the untold story of america's most powerful and controversial vice president by Stephen F Hayes ( Recording )
4 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
New York Times bestselling author Stephen F. Hayes delivers a comprehensive portrait of one of the most important political figures in modern times
War stories national security and the news ( Visual )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Four years previously, a coalition led by American forces invaded the Central Asian nation of Khaoistan, where warlords had destroyed the central government and were supporting major terrorist activities. Today, the process of rebuilding the nation and fighting off an insurgency continues, covered by a group of journalists based in the capital city. Meanwhile, back in the States, a journalist covering national security issues investigates allegations of illegal phone taps by the government. In each case, reporters are faced with dilemmas that go to the heart of their responsibilities as journalists, and as Americans." -- publisher website
Bush & Phó Tổng thống quyền lực nhất Dick Cheney by Stephen F Hayes ( Book )
1 edition published in 2008 in Vietnamese and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Tipicidad penal by Juan Facundo Gómez Urso ( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The connection by Stephen F Hayes ( Book )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In the wake of 9/11 no one knew when the next attack would come, or where it would come from. America's enemies seemed gathered on all sides, and for several nerve-racking months, we lived in fear that the perpetrators might be plotting another action or, worse, that our most dangerous enemies -- al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein's murderous regime in Iraq -- could be banding together against us. The Bush administration and CIA director George Tenet warned against complacency and pointed to growing indications that al Qaeda and Iraq were in league. But their case was undercut by unnamed intelligence officials, skeptical politicians, and a compliant media. So America relaxed. A comforting consensus settled in: Osama bin Laden was an impassioned fundamentalist, Saddam a secular autocrat. The two would never, could never, work together. ABC News reported that there was no connection between them, and the New York Times said so too, and pretty soon just about everyone agreed. Just about everyone was wrong. In The Connection, Stephen Hayes draws on CIA debriefings, top-secret memos from our national intelligence agencies, and interviews with Iraqi military leaders and Washington insiders to demonstrate that Saddam and bin Laden not only could work together, they did -- a curious relationship that stretches back more than a decade and may include collaboration on terrorist acts, chemical-weapons training, and sheltering some of the world's most wanted radicals. Stephen Hayes's bombshell Weekly Standard piece on this topic was cited by Vice President Cheney as the "best source of information" about the Saddam-al Qaeda connections. Now Hayes delves even deeper, exposing the inner workings of America's deadliest opponents and providing a clear-eyed corrective to reams of underreported, politicized, and just plain wrong information. The Connection is both a gripping snapshot of the War on Terror and a case study in how bureaucratic assumptions and media arrogance can put us all at risk
Bias & beyond the new world of political journalism ( Visual )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Stephen Hayes spoke about political journalism and media bias. He discussed the proliferation of media outlets and the democratization of the media
Cheney by Stephen F Hayes ( )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
During a forty-year career in politics, Vice President Dick Cheney has been involved in some of the most consequential decisions in recent American history. He was one of a few select advisers in the room when President Gerald Ford decided to declare an end to the Vietnam War. Nearly thirty years later, from the presidential bunker below the White House in the moments immediately following the attacks of September 11, 2001, he helped shape the response: America's global war on terror. </ Yet for all of his influence, the world knows very little about Dick Cheney. The most powerful vice president in U.S. history has also been the most secretive and guarded of all public officials. "Am I the evil genius in the corner that nobody ever sees come out of his hole'" Cheney asked rhetorically in 2004. "It's a nice way to operate, actually."</ Now, in <Cheney: The Untold Story of America's Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President</, <New York Times</ bestselling author and <Weekly Standard</ senior writer Stephen F. Hayes offers readers a groundbreaking view into the world of this most enigmatic man. Having had exclusive access to Cheney himself, Hayes draws upon hundreds of interviews with the vice president, his boyhood friends, political mentors, family members, reticent staffers, and senior Bush administration officials, to deliver a comprehensive portrait of one of the most important political figures in modern times.</ The wide range of topics Hayes covers includes Cheney's withdrawal from Yale; his early run-ins with the law; the incident that almost got him blackballed from working in the Ford White House; his meteoric rise to congressional leadership; his opposition to removing Saddam Hussein from power after the first Gulf War; the solo, cross-country drive he took after leaving the Pentagon; his selection as Bush's running mate; his commanding performance on 9/11; the aggressive intelligence and interrogation measures he pushed in the aftermath of those attacks; the necessity of the Iraq War; the consequences of mistakes made during and after that war; and intelligence battles with the CIA and their lasting effects. With exhaustive reporting, Hayes shines a light into the shadows of the Bush administration and finds a very different Dick Cheney from the one America thinks it knows.</
 
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English (27)
Spanish (1)
Vietnamese (1)
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