Time: President Obama: The Path to the White House (Expanded Inaugu Edition) by Ignatius, Adi/ Stengel, Richard/ Shell-Aurora, Callie [Hardcover]
Barack Obamas path from Hawaii to Indonesia to the White House represents one of the most unlikely and fascinating journeys in U.S. political history. With this special publication that is sure to become an instant collectors item, TIME will mark Obamas rise with an illustrated 112-page book. TIME Obama will contain original TIME magazine reporting and analysis from the magazines political experts. The book will showcase the unrivaled, intimate behind-the-scenes photography of campaign photographer Callie Shell, who has been visually documenting Obamas journey since he began his run for President. And it will provide readers with a colorful and concise account of how Obama rose to power from his early days to his Chicago years to the moment when he became a political phenomenon.Expanded Inauguration Edition! includes 16 pages of inauguration content. Written by TIMEs Political team. Edited by Richard Stengel, Managing Editor of Time Magazine. Photos by Callie Shell, an Obama campaign photographer who has photographed Obama since the start of the campaign.Includes special article by Curtis Sittenfeld, bestselling political novelist. Contains original TIME Magazine reporting
With this illustrated book containing original reporting and analysis and showcasing the unrivaled, intimate behind-the-scenes photography of campaign photographer Callie Shell, Time Magazine marks the rise of Barack Obama from his early days to his Chicago years to the moment when he became a political phenomenon and finally won the presidency.
Highlights the life and achievement of the Harvard Law School graduate, legislator, and civil rights lawyer who became the forty-fourth president of the United States through photographs and articles from Time Magazine.
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Height: 11.25 Inches (US) Width: 8.25 Inches (US) Thickness: 0.75 Inches (US) Unit Weight: 1.35 Pounds (US)
Ignatius, Adi Stengel, Richard