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Barack Obama in his own words

Author: Barack Obama; Lisa Rogak
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st Carroll & Graf edView all editions and formats
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Since delivering his keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama has been hailed as the clear savior of not only the Democratic party, but of the integrity of American politics. Despite the fact that he burst onto the national scene seemingly overnight, his name recognition has grown by leaps and bounds ever since. Barack Obama in His Own Words, a book of quotes from the Illinois Senator,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Quotations
Quotations, maxims, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Obama, Barack.
Barack Obama in his own words.
New York : Carroll & Graf, 2007
(OCoLC)608093555
Named Person: Barack Obama; Barack Obama; Barack Obama; Barack Obama; Barack Obama
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barack Obama; Lisa Rogak
ISBN: 9780786720576 0786720573
OCLC Number: 99995816
Description: xvi, 166 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: On abortion --
On Abraham Lincoln --
On Afghanistan --
On Africa --
On the African-American community --
On AIDS --
On the American dream --
On being a Christian --
On bipartisanship --
On blue states and red states --
On book that have inspired him --
On campaign finance reform --
On his childhood --
On his children --
On China --
On his cigarette habit --
On congress --
On his critics --
On the current state of politics --
On Darfur --
On his decision to run for president --
On democracy --
On the democratic party --
On diversity --
On education --
On energy policy --
On equal rights --
On foreign policy --
On free trade --
On the future --
On gay marriage --
On generational conflict --
On global warming --
On globalization --
On gun control --
On health care --
On Hillary Clinton --
On homeland security --
On how he makes decisions --
On immigration policy --
On impeaching Bush --
On the internet --
On Iran --
In Iraq --
On Islam --
On isolationism --
On Israel --
On the issues --
On jobs --
On John McCain --
On his keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic Convention --
On his lack of experience --
On his marriage --
On the media --
On the Middle East --
On the military --
On mixing politics and religion --
On his multiracial heritage --
On his name --
On national security --
On North Korea --
On nuclear weapons --
On his personal integrity --
On his personal strengths --
On his political agenda --
On political campaigning --
On his political career --
On political parties --
On a politician's past --
On politics --
On his popularity --
On pork-barrel spending --
On the presidency --
On President George W. Bush --
On the president he's like to be --
On privacy --
On race --
On religion --
On republicans --
On the role of government --
On rural issues --
On Saddam Hussein --
On secular society --
On the senate --
On the separation of church and state --
On spreading democracy --
On stem cell research --
On teaching --
On terrorism --
On veterans --
On voter ID cards --
On war --
On the war on terrorism --
On Washington D.C. --
On writing books.
Responsibility: edited by Lisa Rogak.

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The only quick reference in his own words to the policitian who will be one of the highest-profile elected officials across the country, for the next two years.  Read more...
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