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“America’s greatest strength is not the example of our power but the power of our example” Joe Biden, Former US Vice President The author recounts the Obama legacy that went through one of the toughest presidential terms, both internally and externally. In this book, the strengths and challenges of America are analysed through Obama’s leadership. From a distant perspect “America’s greatest strength is not the example of our power but the power of our example” Joe Biden, Former US Vice President The author recounts the Obama legacy that went through one of the toughest presidential terms, both internally and externally. In this book, the strengths and challenges of America are analysed through Obama’s leadership. From a distant perspective, the author confronts various issues including the most fluid and complex topics in America like race, Israel relations, gun control and the 2016 US election. Interesting leadership perspectives and styles during times of crisis in America and the world are dissected as the author tries to recapitulate both foreign and internal issues during Obama’s administration. The book questions America’s future leadership on the world stage owing to internal partisan politics seen during Obama’s terms. Can America still unitedly make major decisions internally? The author also draws a few comparisons between the Obama Administration and the current Trump Administration, disparity of which could answer questions like whether it is Americans themselves who have changed or whether it is only leadership that has changed. “I really enjoyed reading this book, particularly because of everything that is going on in America now in 2017. A very thought-provoking and timeous piece of work.” Editor’s comment


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“America’s greatest strength is not the example of our power but the power of our example” Joe Biden, Former US Vice President The author recounts the Obama legacy that went through one of the toughest presidential terms, both internally and externally. In this book, the strengths and challenges of America are analysed through Obama’s leadership. From a distant perspect “America’s greatest strength is not the example of our power but the power of our example” Joe Biden, Former US Vice President The author recounts the Obama legacy that went through one of the toughest presidential terms, both internally and externally. In this book, the strengths and challenges of America are analysed through Obama’s leadership. From a distant perspective, the author confronts various issues including the most fluid and complex topics in America like race, Israel relations, gun control and the 2016 US election. Interesting leadership perspectives and styles during times of crisis in America and the world are dissected as the author tries to recapitulate both foreign and internal issues during Obama’s administration. The book questions America’s future leadership on the world stage owing to internal partisan politics seen during Obama’s terms. Can America still unitedly make major decisions internally? The author also draws a few comparisons between the Obama Administration and the current Trump Administration, disparity of which could answer questions like whether it is Americans themselves who have changed or whether it is only leadership that has changed. “I really enjoyed reading this book, particularly because of everything that is going on in America now in 2017. A very thought-provoking and timeous piece of work.” Editor’s comment

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