Center of The Storm by Katherine Harris

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The battle for the White House following the election of November 7, 2000, was arguably one of the biggest controversies in U.S. history. And one woman stood at the center of the storm-Katherine Harris, Florida's secretary of state.

As the Florida recount unfolded in a maze of bizarre events, Harris was faced with the challenge of a lifetime. What enabled her to maintain her integrity, stick by her guns, and hold true to her principles? Here she tells all.

In Center of the Storm, Harris discusess the behind-the-scenes negotiations and backroom bartering that everyone suspected, but no one dared disclose. Through never-told-before anecdotes, she reveals seventeen essential skills that helped her not just survive but thrive. She clearly illustrates how we, too, can learn these skills that will help us in times of crises.


About Katherine Harris

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Katherine Harris (Doctor of Philosophy, Institute for Health Services Research and Policy, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN) is an Associate Economist at RAND.
Published September 3, 2002 by WND Books. 304 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Readers seeking a sustained account of those fateful weeks will have to sift through accounts of great leaders of the past, quotations, reading lists, so-called "Myth Conceptions" and inspirational lyrics written by Harris's brother-in-law, Wes King.

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