In the arena: a memoir of victory, defeat, and renewal
For the first time, Nixon shares his private thoughts and feelings on his long political career, American and world leaders, his family, and more. Filled with startling and dramatic revelations, In the Arena is perhaps the most intimate memoir ever written by a major political figure. 16 pages of black-and-white photographs.
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