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Pataki: An Autobiography

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In his absorbing autobiography, the governor of New York shows that his winning touch and down-home politics spring from same sourceGeorge Pataki is the real McCoy. He's a small-town boy from Peekskill, New York, where his family's immigrant background and farming life shaped his down-to-earth politics. A second-generation American with roots in Hungary, Italy, and Ireland ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Viking Books
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Gil Bradshaw
Mar 26, 2008 Gil Bradshaw rated it it was amazing
This book was awesome. It really made me appreciate George E. Pataki. I was impressed at his recollection and his reminiscence on many aspects of his life. I really enjoyed reading about his experiences in Peekskill, and I wish that I could have read about his tenure as governor of New York State.

I definitely recommend this book!
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DANIEL PAISNER is well-known to readers as the author of more than sixty books, including thirteen New York Times best-sellers. As a ghostwriter, he has written more than fifty books in collaboration with athletes, actors, politicians, business leaders and ordinary individuals with extraordinary stories to tell, including tennis great Serena Williams; Ohio governor and Republican Presidential cand ...more
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