Bantam, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 324 pages
In the same outspoken voice that stirred millions in his 1984 autobiography, Lee Iacocca speaks from the heart about what's on his mind. His new book is a blend of personal history and Mr. Iacocca "talking straight" on many of the issues that vitally concern everyone. He proposes fresh answers to tough questions.
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Talking straightUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
In Iacocca ( LJ 1/85), the author focused primarily on what goes on in the boardrooms of Ford and Chrysler. In this sequel, America's best known respected CEO turns to the nation's problems. Along the ... Read full review
Review: Talking StraightUser Review - Shaun Murphy - Goodreads
Without a doubt one of the best reads I've had in a long time,Mr. Iacocca's legendary wit and well know personality really show itself in this book. His thoughts on various important topics and issues ... Read full review