New Clark Book on the Way

By Karuna Seshasai

Dec 5, 2006 6:27pm

ABC News’ Teddy Davis Reports: Continuing the symbiotic relationship between book launches and White House bids, Palgrave Macmillan recently announced that it has acquired the rights to "American Son," Gen. Wesley Clark’s next book and possible vehicle for a second presidential run.

"America’s Son," which is slated for a fall 2007 release, promises to offer a "groundbreaking vision for America’s future" as well as a "personal account" of the military events that have shaped the world view of the four-star general who served as NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander.

Clark told the Associated Press last week that he wants to avoid waiting too late to make a decision on whether to run for president — a mistake he feels he made in 2004.

"I think it was clear that I got in too late last time," Clark told the Associated Press. 

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