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    Writing an interesting 2012 presidential election book on the heels of all the hyper campaign coverage is a challenging assignment but Dan Balz pulls it off quite nicely. The great value of "Collision 2012" is its access to the key campaign staff of both the Obama and Romney teams during the heat of the battle. As a result, there is a fine analysis of the strategy and tactics used by both sides. In a time of great political polarization it is a great testament that leaders of both campaigns spent substantial amounts of time during the actual campaign with Balz sharing candid assessments of what they were thinking---if Balz did not have a reputation for accuracy, fairness and pre-election confidentiality, he would not have had such impressive access. After reading his book, his reputation for even-handedness is well deserved.

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    My only major disappointment with the book is its such heavy reliance on campaign consultants and strategists that one wonders if the candidates ever interact with other key players in the campaign process such as interest groups, the traditional media, elected officials and, (gasp) actual voters. One wonders after reading Balz's account if presidential campaigns now consist of nothing more than raising $$, convening focus groups, preparing for formal debates and engaging in lengthy campaign strategy sessions. A minor disappointment is the amount of time in the book given to the weak line-up of Republican candidates (Gingrich is quoted at great length as he made himself very accessible to Balz and loves to hear himself pontificate---is it asking too much that Gingrich can be put out to pasture for the '16 campaign??). Alas, I guess these third tier candidates have to be covered but it is a sad commentary on the Republican Party that they couldn't field more capable candidates besides Romney.

    But these disappointments don't stand in the way of appreciating what Balz has accomplished: an informative and insightful narrative of the 2012 presidential campaign. This is a fine first draft of history

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