Barack Obama: what he believes in from his own works

Barack Obama: what he believes in from his own works

Barack Obama: what he believes in from his own works
by Barack Obama

Publisher: Arc Manor LLC 2008
ISBN/ASIN: 1604501170
ISBN-13: 9781604501179
Number of pages: 464

Description:
Barack Obama in his own words, a book of quotes from the Illinois Senator, allows those who aren't as familiar with his politics to learn quickly where he stands on abortion, religion, AIDS, his critics, foreign policy, Iraq, the War on Terror, unemployment, gay marriage, and a host of other important issues facing America and the world.

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