Know Your Power: A Message to America's Daughters

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2009 - Self-Help - 182 pages
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“Never losing faith, we worked to redeem the promise of America, that all men and women are created equal. For our daughters and our granddaughters today we have broken the marble ceiling. For our daughters and our granddaughters now the sky is the limit.” —Nancy Pelosi, after being sworn in as Speaker of the House When Nancy Pelosi became the first woman Speaker of the House, she made history. Now she continues to inspire women everywhere in this thought-provoking collection of wise words-her own and those of the important people who played pivotal roles in her journey. In this compelling book, she encourages mothers and grandmothers, daughters and granddaughters to never lose faith, to speak out and make their voices heard, to focus on what matters most and to follow their dreams wherever they may lead.

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User Review  - mirikayla - LibraryThing

Nancy Pelosi is an interesting public figure, but this book felt very ghostwritten (and not especially well, either). I certainly could have done a better job myself. Not to mention that I ... Read full review

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User Review  - scarahliz - LibraryThing

I haven't read this, and don't intend to. Nancy Pelosi was commencement speaker at my graduation from Mills College in 2010, and she gave these out to all the graduating class. Read full review


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NANCY PELOSI became Speaker of the House in 2007 after serving twenty years in Congress. She and her husband, Paul, have been married for forty-five years. She is the mother of five children and the grandmother of seven. She divides her time between Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, California.

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