Michelle Obama, a Biography

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ABC-CLIO, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 167 pages
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Independent and supportive, elegant and down-to-earth, an accomplished professional and family anchor as her husband rose to the presidency, Michelle Obama is to many the consummate life partner in politics and the epitome of the 21st-century working mom. "Michelle Obama: A Biography" offers an unprecedented look at one of the most captivating women of our time, one who is sure to add her own distinctive legacy to the tradition of presidential wives.

Ranging across the full arc of Michelle Obama's life, this revealing biography tells the story of her family background--her great-great-grandfather was a slave--her modest Chicago upbringing, her education and well-established legal career, and her relationship with her husband before, during, and after he reached the pinnacle of American politics.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Up from Slavery
1
Chapter 2 Marian Robinson Michelles Mother
9
Chapter 3 Fraser Robinson III Michelles Father
21
Chapter 4 Michelles Brother Craig
31
Chapter 5 The Education of Michelle Obama
39
Chapter 6 Michelle the Corporate Lawyer
49
Chapter 7 The Character of Michelle Obama
59
Chapter 8 The Obama Marriage
75
Chapter 9 Michelle Obama in the White House
87
Chapter 10 Michelle and Barack as Parents
105
Chapter 11 Malia and Sasha
117
Chapter 12 Michelle Obama First Lady of Fashion
127
Chapter 13 Michelle Obama among the First Ladies
139
Selected Bibliography
155
Index
161
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Alma H. Bond, PhD, is a psychoanalyst and the author of 16 published books.

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