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Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World--and Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling
The World As It Is: A Memoir of The Obama White House is written by the former White House deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes. He served in the White House for nearly a decade. He started as a speechwriter, then he became the deputy national security advisor. Eventually, he became an aide to the President of the United States. In The World As It Is, Ben Rhodes writes the story about his partnership and friendship with one of the most historic presidents of the United States, former President Barrack Obama. He brings the readers to the Oval Office from the early days of the Obama campaign up to the final days of Obama’s presidential term. His characters are well-known figures like Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Bob Gates among others. This is the most intimate account of the Obama’s presidency through the eyes of the talented writer Ben Rhodes.
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