"One day I'll be in that house," said ten year old Condoleezza Rice as she gazed across the White House's expansive front lawn.
Of course, Condi made good on that promise. With poise and gracefulness―combined with an iron will and determination―rarely seen in Washington, Rice has become one of the most iconic and influential figures on the world stage. This is her story.
Condi provides an in-depth study of the life, faith, and achievements of one of America's most fascinating women. From her humble beginnings in segregated Alabama to her academic career, from her first days in Washington to her appointment as Secretary of State and beyond, Condi investigates Rice's rise to political prominence. Drawing from in-depth research, Mary Beth Brown explores how Condi's parents, mentors, faith, and defining moments have helped her grow into a position of power and global influence.
Here is a story of inspiration, of principle, and of the limitless opportunities for those who pursue their dreams with unfailing hope and dogged determination.
|Contributor(s)||Mary Beth Brown|
|About the Contributor(s)||Mary Beth Brown
Mary Beth Brown is the author of the New York Times and USA Today best-selling book, Hand of Providence: The Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan and Condi: The Life of a Steel Magnolia . Mary Beth writes a nationally syndicated column, which can be viewed at www.marybethbrown.net, and is a frequent guest on radio and TV.
|Publish Date||Jan 15, 2008|