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The nuanced, definitive biography of one of the most controversial and widely misunderstood figures of our time: the woman running a historic campaign as the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee—Hillary Rodham Clinton. Drawing on hundreds of interviews with colleagues and friends and with unique access to campaign records, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author Carl Bernstein has given us a book that enables us, at last, to address the questions Americans are insistently—even obsessively—asking: Who is she? What is her character? What is her political philosophy? And, what can we expect from Hillary if we elect her President of the United States?

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Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Author: Carl Bernstein
Publisher: Vintage
Release: 2007-06-05
File: 640 Pages
ISBN-13: 0307268489

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A Woman in Charge reveals the true trajectory of Hillary's astonishing life and career. From a staunchly Republican household and apparently idyllic Midwestern girlhood - her disciplinarian father here revealed as harsher than she has acknowledged - we see the shaping of a brilliant girl whose curiosity was fuelled by the ferment of the 1960s and a desire to change the world. During her student years, she was already perceived as a spokeswoman for her generation. Then, at Yale Law School, she met and fell in love with Bill Clinton, cancelling her own dreams to tie her fortunes to his. Bernstein clarifies the often amazing dynamic of their marriage, charting both her political acumen and her blind spots, and untangling her relationship to the great controversies of Whitewater, Troopergate and Travelgate. And then, in the emotional and political chaos of the Lewinsky affair we see Hillary standing by her husband - evoking a rising wave of sympathy from a public previously cool to her and in effect, Bernstein argues, saving his presidency. It helps carry her into the Senate: her time has come. As she decides to run for President, this self-described 'mind-conservative and heart liberal' has one more chance to fulfill her long-deferred ambitions. Bernstein has interviewed some 200 of her colleagues, friends and enemies and was given unique access to the candid record of the 1992 presidential campaign kept by Hillary's best friend, Diane Blair. Marshalling all the skills and energy that propelled his history-making Pulitzer prize-winning coverage of Watergate, he gives us a detailed, sophisticated, comprehensive and revealing account of the complex human being and political meteor who has already helped define one presidency and may well become the woman in charge of another.

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Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Author: Carl Bernstein
Publisher: Random House
Release: 2013-03-15
File: 656 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781448184613

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Marilyn Laurie was a self-described "little Jewish girl from the Bronx" who became one of the world's top public relations counselors and the first woman in the top policy-making councils of a Fortune 10 company. Her career mirrored the social and political upheaval of the 20th century's last three decades. After helping launch Earth Day in 1970, she was hired by AT&T to encourage employee recycling. Marilyn: A Woman In Charge tells the behind-the-scenes story of how she who worked her way from that humble assignment into the corridors of power. When she died in 2010, Marilyn had received practically every award available to public relations practitioners. But few knew the tortuous path she journeyed to the top of her field. In a career bookended by systemic sexism and gender stereotyping, she refused to stay in the lane assigned to her by gender. When others dodged and weaved to avoid conflict, she ran towards problems, even at the risk of becoming associated with them. Her life story is a lesson in public relations leadership at the highest levels. It's a story of chance and cunning, of heady highs and humbling lows, and the gift of grace and resilience. A second-generation immigrant, Marilyn was raised in the Bronx and never lost the flat accents and directness of its streets and alleyways. She attended Barnard College in the second half of the 1950's, where she learned that women need not live their lives solely through husband and children. She graduated intending to apply her full capacities to meaningful goals outside herself. She first found goals worthy of her full capacities in environmentalism. Then, almost by accident, she found such goals at AT&T. When she joined the company, it was literally "The Telephone Company," handling more than nine out of ten phone calls in the U. S. For nearly a century, its mission had been to put a telephone within an arm's reach of every household. A regulated monopoly, its very existence depended on earning and keeping the public's trust, a goal she believed depended more on what the company did than what it said. She was also there when AT&T lost its footing in the wake of technological, social, and political change, and she worked just as hard to help it regain its balance. Based on the author's first-hand experience, archival files, and interviews with friends, colleagues, and family members, Marilyn: A Woman In Charge reveals the behind-the-scenes story of a woman who broke through the proverbial glass ceiling within a great American company. It describes how she won and kept a seat at the policy-making table, how she defined the role of public relations, and how she dealt with crises arising both from the company's missteps and from the agendas of special interests.

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Author: Dick Martin
Publisher:
Release: 2020-09-08
File: 342 Pages
ISBN-13: 0999024582

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From a veteran Fortune 500 executive, how women can reach andsucceed in top leadership positions Though women hold a majority of the managerial and professionaljobs in the workforce, they occupy a mere 14% of C-suite positionsat Fortune 500 firms. To break through this stubborn glass ceiling,women must learn to take bold steps when career-defining momentsarise. During her 33-year career at Southern Company, a Fortune 500utility company, Becky Blalock rose to become CIO in atraditionally male industry. Now she offers her own hard-wonadvice, as well as that of 28 top female executives, to show allaspiring women how to dare to reach the highest tier of leadershipand C-suite positions. Includes advice and mentoring lessons from top women businessleaders such as: Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts ofthe USA; Kat Cole, President of Cinnabon; Carol Tomé, CFO ofHome Depot; Dr. Beverly Tatum, president of Spelman College, andJeanette Horan, CIO of IBM, among many others Features straightforward, honest advice on gaining confidence,speaking up, finding mentors, learning to fail, building a networkof allies, managing others, and more Written by pioneering business leader Becky Blalock, with aForeword by Anne Mulcahy, former chairperson and CEO of XeroxCorporation Dare is must-needed guide for women everywhere, at everylevel, striving to develop the character, skills, andrelationships that deliver greater success in the workplace.

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Genre: Business & Economics
Author: Becky Blalock
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release: 2013-09-13
File: 240 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781118744734

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New York Times Bestseller! The precocious, purple-haired traveler spends the day playing with her dad as she pretends everyday things (like the sandbox) are extraordinary places. Isabella ends the day in her own home-sweet-home, the most wonderful place to be. Travel around the world to places like: •Pyramids of Giza •Eiffel Tower •Great Wall of China •Chichen Itza •Big Ben •Statue of Liberty

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Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Author: Jennifer Fosberry
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release: 2012-02-01
File: 32 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781402266492

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What would happen if women suddenly possessed a fierce new power? "The Power is our era's The Handmaid's Tale." --Ron Charles, Washington Post **WINNER OF THE BAILEYS WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION** One of the New York Times's Ten Best Books of the YearOne of President Obama's favorite reads of the YearA Los Angeles Times Best Book of the Year One of the Washington Post's Ten Best Books of the YearAn NPR Best Book of the Year One of Entertainment Weekly's Ten Best Books of the Year A San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of the YearA Bustle Best Book of the Year A Paste Magazine Best Novel of the YearA New York Times Book Review Editors' ChoiceAn Amazon Best Book of the Year "Alderman's writing is beautiful, and her intelligence seems almost limitless. She also has a pitch-dark sense of humor that she wields perfectly." --Michael Schaub, NPR In THE POWER, the world is a recognizable place: there's a rich Nigerian boy who lounges around the family pool; a foster kid whose religious parents hide their true nature; an ambitious American politician; a tough London girl from a tricky family. But then a vital new force takes root and flourishes, causing their lives to converge with devastating effect. Teenage girls now have immense physical power--they can cause agonizing pain and even death. And, with this small twist of nature, the world drastically resets. From award-winning author Naomi Alderman, THE POWER is speculative fiction at its most ambitious and provocative, at once taking us on a thrilling journey to an alternate reality, and exposing our own world in bold and surprising ways.

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Genre: Fiction
Author: Naomi Alderman
Publisher: Little, Brown
Release: 2017-10-10
File: 416 Pages
ISBN-13: 9780316547659

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Charlotte Beers is proof that women can achieve power, pride, and joy at work--despite the odds. In the highly competitive world of advertising, Charlotte became the first female ever to head two giant, multinational advertising agencies. In serving her demanding clients, she helped build many of the most important brands around the world. Today, Charlotte rates her current title--teacher--her most satisfying, as she travels through the United States and Europe educating women on how to ignite their own strengths. Her pioneering experiences have been captured here, creating a blueprint for women as they strive to achieve the positions of leadership and influence they deserve. By chronicling both successes and mistakes, as well as lessons from her peers such as Martha Stewart and Suze Orman, Charlotte shows that finding your own personal style of leadership is the only way to take charge, find satisfaction, and gain confidence in the ever-evolving workplace of today.--From publisher description.

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Genre: Business & Economics
Author: Charlotte Beers
Publisher: Vanguard Press
Release: 2012-01-31
File: 256 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781593156923

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Author: Sherry James
Publisher:
Release: 2013
File: Pages
ISBN-13: 0991281012

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist's recounting of the tense and intimidating McCarthy era and his own leftist family's persecution in the name of patriotism describes family life under forty years of FBI surveillance

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Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Author: Carl Bernstein
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Release: 1989
File: 262 Pages
ISBN-13: STANFORD:36105038518069

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The presidency of Donald Trump is commonly seen as an historical accident. In When America Stopped Being Great, Nick Bryant argues that by 2016 it had become almost historically inescapable. In this highly personal account, drawing on decades of covering Washington for the BBC, Bryant shows how the billionaire capitalised on the mistakes of his five predecessors – Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama – and how also he became a beneficiary of a broken politics, an iniquitous economy, an ailing media, a facile culture, disruptive new technology and the creation of a modern-day presidency that elevated showmanship over statesmanship. Not only are we starting to see the emergence of a post-American world, Bryant fears we are seeing the emergence of a post-American America. The history of Trump’s rise is also a history of America’s fall. 'An elegant and insightful dissection of how a great nation lost its footing and the world’s respect. The tragedy is made all the more stark by the genuine love of America in Nick Bryant’s writing' – Leigh Sales 'Nick Bryant writes like a dream, and is one of those very rare things on TV – a man who makes you want to turn up the sound. His eye for description is sublime, and he has a way of showing you what you’ve been missing from the whole story, whilst never leaving you feeling stupid' – Emily Maitlis ‘Bryant is a genuine rarity – a Brit who understands America’ – The Washington Post

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Genre: History
Author: Nick Bryant
Publisher: Penguin Group Australia
Release: 2020-08-18
File: 432 Pages
ISBN-13: 9781760145095

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