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A Conversation with Barack Obama: Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama

A Conversation with Barack Obama: Audacity of Hope

by Barack Obama

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2008 Presidential Candidate Barack Obama discusses his life, beliefs and current events in this insightful interview conducted at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Here Obama touches on what he feels is a national need for a new kind of leadership, and offers solutions for such issues as the War in Iraq, the gridlock in partisan politics and the unfocused leadership in the democratic party. This talk is a must for anyone that wishes to better aquaint themselves with a frontrunner in the upcoming presidential race.


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Good interview
Reviewer mistakesweremade
 February 26, 2008
I enjoyed this interview, especially how much room Sen. Obama was given to completely answer questions. It gives an interesting look at Sen. Obama's approach to solving the issues facing America today, which is something that is hard to get from campaign reporting or even debates. (PS -- Didn't hear any rampant anti-Americanism; perhaps rexrob is reviewing the wrong thing?)

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Reviewer wdechand
 January 24, 2008
I think this interview is from 2005, based on the copyright. Strange how little has changed...
Still, Obama seems wiser than the average politician, certainly wiser than the guys presently at the top. Here's to smart people running the country!

Disregard the partisan "fear leftist" review
Reviewer angelaf
 January 24, 2008
Listen for yourself and hear that he suggests that as Americans we can have the "audacity" to hope for and create a democracy that asks all its people to get involed in solving this country's many problems together without all the constant partisan bickering. This book is anything but anti-American. To suggest such is truely a testament of just how much we do need a change of mindset in America.

Please no more leftists.
Reviewer rexrob
 January 24, 2008
His book should be the audacity of rampant anti-Americanism. Don't encourage the leftists.

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