New York : Random House Trade Paperbacks, 
LibraryThing member mattrutherford
Although it was revelatory in its time, its pronouncements about the media seem self-evident today.
LibraryThing member whirled
Though many of the protagonists have long since faded from the public consciousness - if, indeed, they ever inhabited it - The Boys On The Bus provides an interesting insight into the roots of modern pack journalism. The fly-on-the-wall commentary on Ron Ziegler's obstructive, propagandistic White House press room is a particular highlight. A must-read for media and/or political junkies.
LibraryThing member carterchristian1
The next presidential election is over 2 years away, but the media are already starting their "road to the White House" coverage. It is a good time to look back on this classic coverage of the journalist who cover the campaigners. They have hardly changed, except that the number of institutions, print and nonprint employers will have shrunk. An entertaining read.
Similar in this library
Trail Fever: Spin Doctors, Rented Strangers, Thumb Wrestlers, Toe Suckers, Grizzly Bears, and Other Creatures on the Road to the White House by Michael Lewis
The first casualty : from the Crimea to Vietnam : the war correspondent as hero, propagandist, and myth maker by Phillip Knightley
The kingdom and the power : behind the scenes at The New York Times : the institution that influences the world by Gay Talese