The Courage to Survive
Phoenix Books, Inc., 2007 - 316 pages
Destined to be one of most important and talked-about books of the year, "The Courage to Survive" is must reading for anyone who wants to know where Dennis Kucinich believes America must go and how we can get there. It is a book that sets the tone for the national debate as we choose new leadership in a time of great crisis and great opportunity.
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Former Cleveland mayor, current Congressional representative and Democratic Presidential candidate Kucinich presents an absorbing, fluid memoir of his first 21 years. Coming of age in inner-city ... Read full review
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