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I love Brazile's tenacity and determination to succeed despite the political hurdles encountered. Her Louisiana background and cuisine are outstanding!Published 1 month ago by Dr. Cynthia E. Samuel
Wonderfully written. An amazing insight into the story and strength behind this impressive woman.Published 4 months ago by HHSandy
Very enjoyable read. I learned a lot about politics behind the scenes and have an appreciation for the
troubled and fascinating career of Ms. Read more
i have always admired Donna Brazile when I would see her on TV talking about politics.When I discovered she had written a book I immediately got on Amazon Smile to order it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by goddess18
Very well written and compelling story. Ms. Brazile`s life is inspiring. She rose from a very humble background to the top of the political world.Published 14 months ago by gerald tanner
I loved this book and wrote to her after reading to encourage another book using the same style. Again, I lent the book many times to friends who grew up in the South during... Read morePublished on February 27, 2014 by Barbara J Whitehead
Great book. Too much naming if names. Sone times too wordy but a great read on the inside of politicsPublished on February 12, 2014 by Cal Donia
I read this book because I wanted to know Donna Brazile's story -- she's such an unusual character, being the only black woman in the higher ranks of the Democratic party. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by agnes powell
I appreciate Ms. Brazile so much. Her knowledge and insight into politics, life, and reality are unmatched by most. Read morePublished on October 10, 2013 by Dr. Reginal Harris