DisneyWar is the breathtaking, dramatic inside story of what drove America's best-known entertainment company to civil war. With access to both Michael Eisner and Roy Disney, company executives and board members, as well as letters and documents never before seen, James B. Stewart gets to the bottom of mysteries and corporate intrigue that have enveloped Disney for years. Here, too, is the creative process that lies at the heart of Disney, the many passionate artists who fought for their vision, the critical choices that led to success or failure, and the brilliant ideas which, in spite of the ego clashes and internal politics, were brought to miraculous fruition. No other book so thoroughly penetrates the secretive world of the corporate boardroom. DisneyWar is an enthralling true story of one of America's most powerful media and entertainment companies, the people who control it, and those trying to overthrow them.