Hoffnung Wagen: Gedanken Zur Rückbesinnung Auf Den American Dream
Publish date: 2008
Edition language: Deutsch
, Biography Memoir
This is about policy and a "get to know the candidate" book that those in public office write to make themselves more familiar to voters as the candidate vies for national office. U.S. Senator Obama wrote/published this back in 2006, so there are a lot of references to military operations in Iraq an...
While certainly not as autobiographical or as interesting as Dreams From My Father, Obama is clearly a gifted storyteller and orator. This one's worth a listen if you want to jump back 10 years, to hear the political stances of a man not yet elected.
I think i enjoyed this more than I would have if I read it. Listening to Barak Obama read this work made the difference for me. Hearing his thoughts in his own voice resonated with me more than anything else I think. It's nothing that I haven't heard before, but what I thought about as I was liste...
Interesting stories about his life- well written. He's well spoken, sounds friendly and down to earth, and I like the way he thinks. I do wonder, as one would when reading a book like this, how much is pure, unadulterated Barack Obama and how much is politician with something to gain by saying the "...
I enjoyed this book. Obama's writing, as usual, is clear and accessible. His hopes for changing the partisanship in D.C. seem genuine, if a bit naive. A large part of the book reads like a long campaign speech. That's okay, I agree with most of what he proposes. But I wonder how much it would c...
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