Betty by Betty with Chris Chase Ford
A Glad Awakening (ISBN: 038523502X)

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Betty Ford: a Ballerina-turned-First Lady of the United States, offered so much in the way of the arts, beauty, elegance, and her dignity as wife to Gerald Ford. Underneath her beauty and smile was an addiction to pills and other malady's yet she once again fought, and won over, her demons to rise, like the phoenix from the ash. A remarkable lady; a remarkable book about her life and wisdoms gain in her lifetime and circumstances.
 

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Published January 1, 1987 by Doubleday. 172 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Former First Lady Ford should take credit for helping remove the stigma from the disease of alcoholism, being the foremost public figure ever to tell all about entering a rehab for detoxification and treatment.

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