6 edition of Hard choices found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||KE416.B47 S93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||87144706|
Conspiracy theories about what really happened abound, though the likeliest explanation for any gaps in the official narrative is cock-up rather than conspiracy: in the heat of the moment different government agencies spun the evidence to cover their backs. In these pages, she describes what it was like to run against Donald Trump, the mistakes she made, how she has coped with a shocking and devastating loss, and how she found the strength to pick herself back up afterwards. Her silences often speak volumes. Often an instant classic and must-read for everyone. The book finishes on a tantalizing note.
Obama persisted. That's what Clinton does here, telling us about the fights she won and the fights she lost, but always on her own terms. Men as colorful as Harry S. His campaign was as wary of me and my team as we were of them. Clinton gives some clear indications of her likes and dislikes.
He put his arm around my shoulder … Never had the responsibilities of office felt so heavy. She would be an activist president for sure, clearly convinced that American leadership is all we should or could consider. For instance, it may be offer decent advice in some areas but be repetitive or unremarkable in others. She was remarkably open about the steps that led to backdoor talks with Iran, and the calculations she had to make when considering deteriorating situations in Syria, Libya, and Gaza.
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She recounts the moment when she tried to lighten US-Russia relations by giving her Soviet counterpart a literal "reset button", though unfortunately the Russian word for "reset" was misspelt to mean "overcharged".
One must remember that Acheson wrote at a time when faith in government was at an all-time high, and many folks read it before criticizing it.
Release her book and go on a book tour across America and Europe check, done, June through July She goes on at great length, but not great depth. Both longtime Washington insiders, Gates and Clinton shared a sense of service, a clear-eyed realism, and a healthy skepticism.
She has been accused of complicity in the disaster the inadequate security at the consulate is said to rest at her door and of trying to cover it up afterwards.
Early on she quotes approvingly a maxim from Deng Xiaoping: "Coolly observe, calmly deal with things, hold your position, hide your capacities, bide your time, accomplish things where possible.
The answer: Her forthcoming book tour and the attendant multiplatform media blitz are about everything but the book and the bucks. Clinton only narrated the introduction and the epilogue, but Kathleen Chalfant had a voice that recreated Clinton's accents and speaking style so completely, I was unsure sometimes who was narrating.
Bush was so uncomfortable with the first person pronoun that he never wrote a conventional memoir at all, but did issue a poignant and revelatory book of letters. I do not think there is any certainty about Hillary Clinton taking on another campaign for President, though there is probably no person better equipped to handle her activist agenda, despite her age.
She speaks about the challenges of being a strong woman in the public eye, the criticism over her voice, age, and appearance, and the double standard confronting women in politics.
The only chapters that are any good at all, I had these little tape machines. Truman and Lyndon B. Only Ulysses S. Men as colorful as Harry S. That's what Clinton does here, telling us about the fights she won and the fights she lost, but always on her own terms.
And the realities of modern politics mean that no politician will ever again have some of the priceless documentary resources — diaries and secret tape recordings — of the past. To her surprise, her former rival for the Democratic Party nomination, newly elected President Barack Obama, asked her to serve in his administration as Secretary of State.
Hard choices book an instant classic and must-read for everyone. There had been hot rhetoric and bruised feelings on both sides. She makes a passionate case for human rights and the full participation in society of women, youth, and LGBT people.
InDwight D. She has percent name recognition, prohibitive political support in the polls — and more money than most ordinary people could ever dream of. I like this concept a lot, and think her insistence on human and economic and political rights for all citizens may be her longest legacy.
Obama persisted. Above all, what comes through is Clinton's sheer persistence. I believe they also shared a mutual distrust of Vladimir Putin and both sought to marginalize, where possible, his inputs.Jun 10, · “Hard Choices” is a richly detailed and compelling chronicle of Clinton’s role in the foreign initiatives and crises that defined the first term of the Obama administration — the pivot to.
Jun 12, · Hard Choices is a prosaic book, but still, it is an amazing story. Think back to the first time Hillary entered the world's consciousness, in earlysitting on a sofa for a joint TV interview.
Jul 06, · At times, “Hard Choices” feels like the book you might have gotten by picking up your iPhone and asking Siri to write a politically safe memoir. “All the set-piece speeches and procedural. Jun 09, · Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book "Hard Choices" is a methodical march through the challenges she encountered as the nation’s secretary of state from In Clinton’s description Author: Washington Post Staff.
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