Theodore H. White poses in his New York City apartment with “The Making of a President, 1960.” Books about politics are everywhere in 2020, but by and large, they march in a dreary parade, heavy on agendas, short on reporting, screeched rather than researched. Campaign biographies, even those, such as Pete Buttigieg’s “,” that were actually written by the candidate, are even less inviting and less inspiring. Like their ostensible authors, they are usually […]