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In My Library: Karl Rove

May 23, 2009

Asked for the books that helped shape his philosophy -- political and economic -- Rove came up with a list that didn't include Machiavelli's "The Prince." Isn't that in his library, too?

"Oh yeah," he says. "It's supposed to be my favorite. It was Lee Atwater's favorite, but I reread it occasionally. I have a wonderful old copy, but it would not be in my top 10."

Here, four books that are.

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