Talking straight

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Bantam, Jun 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 337 pages
9 Reviews
Forthright, direct, and candid as ever, Lee Iacocca proposes fresh answers to today's tough problems. With straight-shooting opinions about the most pressing concerns, Iacocca offers practical scenarios for solving our nation's economic dilemma.

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More interesting than some other books, but nevertheless pretty mediocre and banal, though my opinion of Iacocca went up a little after reading this.

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Absolutely hated this book. Iacocca is self absorbed , I do not know why he chooses to give so much economic and political advice. Read this books only when I had absolutely nothing else to read. The only bits I found bearable were where he talked about his wife and daughters. Read full review

Contents

HEART AND HEARTH
19
My Kids
21
Growing Older
37
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Lee Iacocca is the former president of Ford Motor Company and Chrysler Corporation and a bestselling author. He spends his time traveling, giving speeches, and supporting the Iacocca Foundation, which funds research for a cure for diabetes.