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The World Views of the Obama Era:From Hope to Disillusionment. 1st ed. 2018
Hear about Barack Obama´s childhood days, his rise to the top job in the world and how he plans to change America, and the world, for good.In celebration of the great man, Barack Obama: Hope For The World provides an easy to follow history of America and how a new day dawned with Barack´s election to the White House.With global peace, climate change and our futures on top of his to-do list Hope For The World will fascinate, entertain and educate knowledge-hungry fans. It will inspire and inform. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kerry Shale. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/orio/000278/bk_orio_000278_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Would you like to captivate, persuade and motivate any audience you ever face? Best-selling author Darren Kelly shares Barack Obama’s communication skills in this intimate and revealing guide. Kelly offers his never-before-heard thoughts on the words and stories that moved the world. When you jump inside the mind and soul of Obama, you will also discover the powerful speaker that lies inside you.Kelly is a former Grammy and Oscar winners interviewer who now offers Leaders, Marketers, PR and Salespeople new ways to connect with any audience they ever face. His advice will help the novice, and experienced speaker deliver a speech or presentation that oozes charisma and creates real impact. Don’t say another word until you discover how to give a better speech than Obama so you can change your world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Darren Kelly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/putt/000064/bk_putt_000064_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER ? From one of Barack Obama´s most trusted aides comes a revelatory behind-the-scenes account of his presidency-and how idealism can confront harsh reality and still survive. ´´The closest view of Obama we´re likely to get until he publishes his own memoir.´´-George Packer, The New Yorker NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE GUARDIAN For nearly ten years, Ben Rhodes saw almost everything that happened at the center of the Obama administration-first as a speechwriter, then as deputy national security advisor, and finally as a multipurpose aide and close collaborator. He started every morning in the Oval Office with the President´s Daily Briefing, traveled the world with Obama, and was at the center of some of the most consequential and controversial moments of the presidency. Now he tells the full story of his partnership-and, ultimately, friendship-with a man who also happened to be a historic president of the United States. Rhodes was not your typical presidential confidant, and this is not your typical White House memoir. Rendered in vivid, novelistic detail by someone who was a writer before he was a staffer, this is a rare look inside the most poignant, tense, and consequential moments of the Obama presidency-waiting out the bin Laden raid in the Situation Room, responding to the Arab Spring, reaching a nuclear agreement with Iran, leading secret negotiations with the Cuban government to normalize relations, and confronting the resurgence of nationalism and nativism that culminated in the election of Donald Trump. In The World as It Is, Rhodes shows what it was like to be there-from the early days of the Obama campaign to the final hours of the presidency. It is a story populated by such characters as Susan Rice, Samantha Power, Hillary Clinton, Bob Gates, and-above all-Barack Obama, who comes to life on the page in moments of great urgency and disarming intimacy. This is the most vivid portrayal yet of Obama´s worldview and presidency, a chronicle of a political education by a writer of enormous talent, and an essential record of the forces that shaped the last decade. Praise for The World as It Is ´´A book that reflects the president [Rhodes] served-intelligent, amiable, compelling and principled . . . a classic coming-of-age story, about the journey from idealism to realism, told with candor and immediacy . . . His achievement is rare for a political memoir: He has written a humane and honorable book.´´-Joe Klein, The New York Times Book Review