Sinopse: Condoleezza Rice, one of most powerful and controversial women in the world, has until now remained a mystery behind an elegant, cool veneer. In this stunning new biography, New York Times reporter Elisabeth Bumiller peels back the layers and present s a revelatory portrait of the first black female secretary of state and President George...Continuar lendo
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Condoleezza Rice, one of most powerful and controversial women in the world, has until now remained a mystery behind an elegant, cool veneer. In this stunning new biography, New York Times reporter Elisabeth Bumiller peels back the layers and present s a revelatory portrait of the first black female secretary of state and President George W. Bush's national security adviser on September 11, 2001. The book relates in more intimate detail than ever before the personal voyage of a young black woman out of the segregated American South and also tells the sweeping story of a tumultuous half-century in the nation's history. In Condoleezza Rice: An American Life, we see Rice's Alabama childhood under Bull Connor's reign of terror in Bombingham, '' the name given to Birmingham when it was the central battleground of the civil rights movement her education in foreign policy under Josef Korbel, a charismatic Czech intellectual who also happened to be the father of Madeleine Albright, the only ot her female secretary of state in U.S. history and Rice's confrontations with minorities and women while she was provost at Stanford University in the 1990s. Examining the current administration, Bumiller explores in depth Rice's extraordinarily clos e relationship with George W. Bush, her battles with Vice President Dick Cheney, and her indirect but crucial role in the ousting of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Bumiller shows us Rice missing clues to the September 11 attacks, waging war again st Saddam Hussein, and counting election returns with Karl Rove in 2004. In addition, we watch Rice's recent attempts to salvage the ruins of the Iraq policy she helped create and to avoid war withIran. Drawing on extensive interviews with Rice and m ore than 150 others, including colleagues, family members, government officials, and critics, this book offers dramatic new information about the events and personalities of the Bush administration. With great insight, Bumiller explores Rice's effect iveness as national security adviser and secretary of state, her attempts to revive classic American diplomacy, her longtime political ambitions, and her future on the world stage.
|Código de barras||9781400065905|
|Marca||RANDOM HOUSE BUSINESS BOOKS|
|Fabricante||RANDOM HOUSE BUSINESS BOOKS|