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Cooking with Grease: Stirring the Pots in America Paperback – June 2, 2005
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For anyone seeking to understand this highly regarded and complex woman, Cooking With Grease will give you an eye opening view of her. Her rise to political power begins with the matriarchs of her family, her grandmother and mother and creshendo's with the patriarch, her father. Her absolute affection, loyalty and devotion to Rev. Jesse Jackson caught me by surprise, but is noble.
I liked the book because it really affirmed Tip O'Neil's saying that all politics is local. Brazile and others like her add a litle spice everynow and then and help keep the Democratic party well seasoned.
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Wonderfully written. An amazing insight into the story and strength behind this impressive woman.Published 1 month ago by HHSandy
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