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An autobiography of Madeline Albright starting with her humble origin as a Czechoslovak refugee born in Prague to become the highest ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government, at this writing, as Secretary of State. The intimate details of her work with world leaders are given, along with her private life as a mother to three daughters and dealing with a failed marriage.
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|Bristol Library||AUDBK CD 920 ALB (Text)