Chances of a Lifetime: A Memoir
AN ENGAGING INSIDER'S ACCOUNT OF SOME OF THE MOST FASCINATING DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL EPISODES IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN HISTORY, FROM THE HIGHLY RESPECTED FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE WHO REMAINS A DEMOCRATIC ELDER STATESMAN.
Warren Christopher is that rarest of Washington personalities: a wise and witty public servant once described by the "Washington Post" as "the antit
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published February 1st 2001 by Scribner
(first published 2001)
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Exceeded my expectations. A very example of mature leadership that is lacking in American politics. Very little blaming of the GOP for anything. This longtime Democratic stalwart actually praised members of the GOP- George Bush, Sr, John McCain and a few others. Interesting auto bio with the bulk of the book concerning the Clinton campaign and administration. What is lacking on recent auto-bio's is anything in depth into the decision making process. Secretary Christopher went into the decision m...more
I love reading memoirs by former Secretaries of State. Secretary Christopher was before my political awareness was developed, so it was fascinating to read about the events he was involved in and the negotiating he did in service to our country.
Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton.More about Warren Christopher...