I thought it was a pretty fair and balanced review of the Obama presidency. It not only discusses key achievements but also failures, most of these came from foreign policy although he had some key achievements there (the killing of Bin Laden, the Cuban Thaw etc), as well as failure to change the culture of Washington. It would have been an unrealistic goal for any president although he did give an honest effort there. It talked of several things unrelated to policy (Michelle Obama's impact as First Lady, Barack's use of social media to change how presidents communicate, speculation on his post presidential life, even his ability as a comedian at White House House Correspondents Dinners.
What I found lacking was that it doesn't really go into who Barack Obama is as a person. What makes him tick? There aren't any testimonials from anyone associated with him about what he's like away from the camera's. That's something I would have liked to have seen. But it's a great magazine, an easy read. I'd recommend it to anyone. I'm going to miss him.
I'm in the habit of collecting these commemorative issues of magazines whenever a huge event happens. This issue did not disappoint. I will and have missed this man and had the honor of attending his last speech. Time did a wonderful job capturing him and his 8 years in office. This is a definite must have for any Obama supporter.
Wish their were more pictures..... Very informative.... Missing #44 & his entire family.... Soooooo very glad I was able to vote for Barack Obama and also my Mom who is now 94yrs old. Once again, more pictures needed but fabulous!
A great magazine from a great man. One of my best presidents in the whole wide world. I enjoy having this magazine at home. It was delivered on time. It was packaged well. If there any other photos of him available please let me know.