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Michelle Obama A Biography

Author: Alma Halbert Bond
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313381046
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Presents the life of the First Lady, covering her modest upbringing in Chicago, education and high-powered legal career, and time with Barack Obama before and after he became president.

Barack Obama

Author: Joann F. Price
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313344886
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Describes the life and career of Barack Obama, from his early life in Hawaii to his years as an Illinois senator and as the elected President of the United States.

Yes We Can

Author: Garen Thomas
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
ISBN: 9781429943321
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The great American leader uses his voice to change history, alter politics, and bring hope of a brighter future to generations to come. Born in the U.S.A., the son of an African father and an American mother, a boy who spent his childhood in Indonesia and Hawaii, Barack Obama is truly a citizen of the world. In kindergarten, he wrote an essay titled, "I Want to Become President," and now, with his fierce optimism, exuberant sense of purpose and determination, and above all, his belief that change can happen, Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, has made that dream come true. In Yes We Can, Garen Thomas takes us through the life of Barack Obama, from his struggle to fit in with his classmates, and concern about not knowing his biological father, through his term as an Illinois senator, and the long campaign for president, to his historic victory.

Condoleezza Rice

Author: Elisabeth Bumiller
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks
ISBN: 0812977130
Size: 46.71 MB
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A portrait of America's controversial Secretary of State offers an account of Rice's life and political career, her role as a powerful African-American woman in politics, and her successes, failures, and challenges.

Lady Gaga A Biography

Author: Paula Johanson
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144080110X
Size: 23.89 MB
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This biography details Lady Gaga's life from all angles, documenting her family background; the events before and during her meteoric rise to success as a songwriter, singer, and performance artist; her deft use of social media; and her political commentary. • A timeline of major events in Lady Gaga's life, including two world tours and several awards ceremonies • Various photographs of Lady Gaga performing and at public appearances • A bibliography provides choices for further reading

Oprah Winfrey A Biography 2nd Edition

Author: Helen S. Garson
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313358338
Size: 64.89 MB
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This biography examines the life of a person raised in poverty and a single mother at 14, who is now one of the richest and most influential people in the world—Oprah Winfrey. • Provides a chronological list of important dates in Oprah's life • Contains new information about Oprah's efforts to reach out to poor and poorly educated girls in America and Africa • This revised edition includes current information about Oprah's ongoing career and life

Thurgood Marshall

Author: Glenn L. Starks
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313349169
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This book provides a detailed examination of the life and legal legacy of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, including a discussion of the many legal cases in which he was involved. * A chronological timeline of the life of Thurgood Marshall * A bibliography provides useful references

Robert E Lee A Biography

Author: Brian C. Melton
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313384371
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This biography provides a concise, accurate, and lively account of one of the best known yet least understood figures of the Civil War, Robert E. Lee, depicting him as a human being instead of a legend, making him accessible as a person. • Provides a timeline in the beginning of the book that summarizes Lee's life • Includes period photographs that help bring Lee's story to life • Contains a detailed bibliography of the latest sources on the famed general, including online offerings

Vigilance

Author: Ray Kelly
Publisher: Hachette Books
ISBN: 0316383791
Size: 77.90 MB
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Two-time New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly opens up about his remarkable life, taking us inside fifty years of law enforcement leadership, offering chilling stories of terrorist plots after 9/11, and sharing his candid insights into the challenges and controversies cops face today. The son of a milkman and a Macy's dressing room checker, Ray Kelly grew up on New York City's Upper West Side, a middle-class neighborhood where Irish and Puerto Rican kids played stickball and tussled in the streets. He entered the police academy and served as a marine in Vietnam, living and fighting by the values that would carry him through a half century of leadership-justice, decisiveness, integrity, courage, and loyalty. Kelly soared through the NYPD ranks in decades marked by poverty, drugs, civil unrest, and a murder rate that, at its peak, spiked to over two thousand per year. Kelly came to be known as a tough leader, a fixer who could go into a troubled precinct and clean it up. That reputation catapulted him into his first stint as commissioner, under Mayor David Dinkins, where Kelly oversaw the police response to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and spearheaded programs that would help usher in the city's historic drop in crime. Eight years later, in the chaotic wake of the 9/11 attacks, newly elected mayor Michael Bloomberg tapped Kelly to be NYC's top cop once again. After a decade working with Interpol, serving as undersecretary of the Treasury for enforcement, overseeing U.S. Customs, and commanding an international police force in Haiti, Kelly understood that New York's security was synonymous with our national security. Believing that the city could not afford to rely solely on "the feds," he succeeded in transforming the NYPD from a traditional police department into a resource-rich counterterrorism-and-intelligence force. In this vital memoir, Kelly reveals the inside stories of his life in the hot seat of "the capital of the world"-from the terror plots that nearly brought a city to its knees to his dealings with politicians, including Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama as well as Mayors Rudolph Giuliani, Bloomberg, and Bill DeBlasio. He addresses criticisms and controversies like the so-called stop-question-and-frisk program and the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and offers his insights into the challenges that have recently consumed our nation's police forces, even as the need for vigilance remains as acute as ever.

David Petraeus

Author: Bradley T. Gericke
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313383779
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This in-depth and forthright biography examines the personal and professional life of General David Petraeus, today's most prominent military leader. * A chronology of General Petraeus's assignments and awards * A bibliography of valuable print resources and works by Petraeus himself