Madam Secretary

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Miramax Books, Sep 16, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 562 pages
272 Reviews
Sure to be one of the signature books of the century, this is a tapestry both intimate and panoramic, personal and public, and a rich memoir of a powerful woman. Two 16-page photo inserts.

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Well written insight into the challenges she overcame. - Goodreads
Hard to read because of bad translation. - Goodreads
Her writing changes between the two parts of the book. - Goodreads

Review: Madam Secretary: A Memoir

User Review  - Ann Aldrich - Goodreads

The complexity of four years as Secretary of State is told with with consistent humility. Albright takes ownership of mistakes and shortcomings as well as pride in her accomplishments. I wish there ... Read full review

Review: Madam Secretary: A Memoir

User Review  - Miriam Engel - Goodreads

I loved the first part of the book -- the pre-UN ambassador part -- where we learn how she propelled herself to that office. After that, the book transitioned into more of a chronology of American ... Read full review

Contents

Heroes and Villains
3
Becoming an American
18
Best of All Possible Worlds 51
31
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, born in Prague, was confirmed as the 64th Secretary of State in 1997. Her distinguished career in government includes positions in the National Security Council, as U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and on Capitol Hill.

Bill Woodward is chairman of the Electronics Technicians Association and the senior electrical engineer at WR Systems in Norfolk, Virginia. Bill is also the committee chairman for the ETA-I fiber optic installer (FOI), fiber optic technician (FOT), fiber optic designer (FOD), and data cabling installer (DCIC) certification programs.

Emile B. Husson has spent 15 years as a multimedia training specialist in the fields of electronics, communications, navigation, and industrial safety. He is currently developing interactive training materials for U.S. Navy navigation hardware and software.

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