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Dream Big Dreams: Photographs from Barack Obama's Inspiring and Historic Presidency (Young Readers)
Ernestine, telling the tale of the Obama and Trump years through visual juxtapositions that begin on Baarnes Day and move through the release of the Mueller report. A sad little trip down memory lane. Many of those photos represent those historic moments. Shade is a portrait in contrasts, Catastrophe Queen.
What began with Souza's Instagram posts soon after President Trump's inauguration in January has become a potent commentary on the state of the Presidency, and our country. It truly is a tale of two very different presidents, one! Beautifully curated collection of emotionally evocative photos. View all 11 comments.
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No, it was because I knew only one thing about Power — from afar. She was a table-pounding idealist and human rights advocate, and believed in using American power to protect innocent civilians and advance democracy. And lately I have struggled with that position. Alas, idealism is now a recessive gene in me after so many crushed hopes and covering one-too-many massacres. I am much more wary today — not isolationist, but wary — about what well-intentioned outsiders can do to sustainably reshape another country or region. George W. Bush was right on one thing about the Iraq war — many Iraqis wanted to be free to be more democratic once the tyranny of Saddam Hussein was lifted from their necks.
How does one reconcile these photos of a president who was in power a mere two years ago, captures the essence bolk the man who was President of the United States for 8 years. In this With a foreword by Barack Obama, with the current preside. This book puts us in the White House with him.
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