America: The Last Best Hope, Volume III Paperback
From the Collapse of Communism to the Rise of Radical Islam
by William J. Bennett;
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America: The Last Best Hope, Volume III
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Twenty years ago, John McCain was serving his second year in the Senate, and Colin Powell had just been promoted to chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. There was no Fox News Channel, no American Idol. Saddam Hussein and the Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeni ruled Iraq and Iran, respectively. George W. Bush was the fairly unnoticeable son of the then-president. If you asked someone to “email me,” you would have received a blank stare, and “Amazon” was a forest in South America. Finally, 20 years ago a young man named Barack Obama was elected the first black president of the Harvard Law Review. The two decades from 1988 to 2008 have proved to be some of the most pivotal in America’s history. Based on a lifetime of experience in government and education, William J. Bennett defines the events that shaped American history during the final years of the century.
America: The Last Best Hope, Volume III by William J. Bennett was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2011 and is our 56901st best seller. The ISBN for America: The Last Best Hope, Volume III is 9781595554284.
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Details for America: The Last Best Hope, Volume III
|Page last updated||17th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||William J. Bennett|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2011)|
|Number of Pages||352|