Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
The author of the classic bestseller What I Saw at the Revolution directs her flawless eye, sharp wit, and inimitable voice to real life after the revolution, as she gives a hilarious, poignant, razor sharp account of her attempts to make a career--and a life--for herself outside of politics.
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