Condi by Antonia Felix
The Condoleezza Rice Story

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This is the remarkable and galvanizing true story of Condoleezza Rice—sixty-sixth United States Secretary of State under President George W. Bush, who once said about his close confidante, "Dr. Rice is not only a brilliant person, she is an experienced person. . . . America will find that she is a wise person."

With the current release of her own long-awaited memoir, Condoleezza Rice is more fascinating than ever. Drawing from exclusive interviews with dozens of friends, relatives, colleagues, and teachers, as well as scores of previous articles and interviews, this thoroughly researched and detailed biography paints a compelling portrait of a born leader of resolute character who broke all barriers to excel as a black woman in an arena usually dominated by white men.

From her childhood in segregated Birmingham, Alabama, where her parents fostered a love of learning and excellence at an early age, to her calling to the arts as an outstanding classical pianist, to her rise through the political ranks to the halls of power in Washington, D.C., Condi is a revealing look at the most gifted and influential woman in American political history.

 

About Antonia Felix

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Antonia Felix is the author of more than fifteen nonfiction books. A frequent speaker on women's political topics, she's written articles for Foxnews.com and other venues. Felix lives with her husband near Kansas City.
 
Published October 1, 2005 by Newmarket Press. 322 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, War. Non-fiction

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