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The first biography of 11-term congressman and Internet phenomenon Dr. Ron Paul, this comprehensive volume includes never before published private interviews with Ron Paul, his wife, Carol, plus close friends and associates. Tracing the life of this self-made man through painstaking research, this book covers his formative years spent in Pennsylvania; his careers as an Air Force flight surgeon and, later, an obstetrician; and, finally, his political journey from U. S. Congressman to presidential contender. Known as "Dr. No" for his refusal to spend taxpayer money unnecessarily, Paul repeatedly overcame substantial opposition to become a nationally recognized political figure, grabbing the spotlight in American politics despite a media that was determined to ignore him. This compelling portrait also chronicles how Paul's 2008 campaign broke several fund-raising records through its innovative use of the Internet, culminating in a new movement for freedom.


Christopher Horner is the author of The New York Times bestseller The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming. He is an attorney and senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and makes frequent appearances on radio and television, including BBC, CNN, Fox News Channel., MSNBC, and The News Hour with Jim Lehrer. He lives in Washington, DC. Dr. Karen Kwiatkowski is a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel and has written on defense issues with a libertarian perspective for, and She lives in Mount Jackson, Virginia.