Sacred Honor: Colin Powell : The Inside Account of His Life and Triumphs

Sacred Honor Colin Powell The Inside Account of His Life and Triumphs From the Persian Gulf to Washington s corridors of power General Colin Powell has been one of the most visible respected and popular leaders of his time as well as a peerless role model for million

  • Title: Sacred Honor: Colin Powell : The Inside Account of His Life and Triumphs
  • Author: David Roth
  • ISBN: 9780061008498
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the Persian Gulf to Washington s corridors of power, General Colin Powell has been one of the most visible, respected, and popular leaders of his time as well as a peerless role model for millions of African Americans Now, with unprecedented access, Roth reveals the extraordinary man behind the larger than life persona 16 pages of photos HC Zondervan.

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    1. This book has been on my shelf waiting to be read for some time. There was a time prior to September 11, 2001, when it was widely assumed that Colin Powell would be the nation's first African American president. Since he left his post as Secretary of State under George W. Bush, he has been largely out of the public eye, and his speech to the U.N. in that job, asserting the presence of WMD in Iraq and justifying the U.S. invasion is generally accepted as having doomed him politically. I was curio [...]


    2. The first 200 pages are 5 star straight biographical, the last 50 are pathetic denials of allogations on books and magazine articals I have never read, and false predictions about the future which is now the past. Colin Powell can stand on his life as it happened Mr. Roth well?


    3. "I put it down - too dullsville. I did like reading about his upbringing and his early carreer movements. However the narative became overly dull even when reading about the Gulf War period. Too many other things to read than to slog through this."


    4. While I greatly respect the man, this biography was very much lacking. One of the more boring non-fiction pieces I've read.



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