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Sarah Palin Book Contains Five Chapters


The new book from former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin, due on Tuesday, contains just five chapters, but they are reported to be "very, very long."

Mark Halperin at The Page reports that some Palin associates received copies of Going Rogue, duefor widespread release November 17, in advance.

"Based on discussions with various sources who have seen or been briefed on the book's contents, here's what you can expect from Going Rogue," says Halperin.

"Just five chapters (but they are very, very long); some score settling with McCain aides she believes ill-served her (names will be named); a hearty bashing of the national media; an account of how her upbringing shaped her maverick sensibilities; a testimonial to the importance of faith in her life; a warm and personal tone, written in Palin's own voice, despite the involvement of a collaborator."

Halperin says that the book does not contain much in the way of policy prescription. It also lacks an index.

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