Extraordinary Ordinary People

A Memoir Of A Family

By Condoleezza Rice

Born in the segregated South, Condoleezza Rice was fortunate to be the only child of educated upper class parents. She was fortunate to benefit from the Civil Rights movement with opportunity to choose her career in foreign affairs. She was fortunate enough to be able to choose not to marry and have children. While the book tells a touching tale, it ends just as she is about to join an administration accused of rolling back all the the human rights she was fortunate enough to enjoy.

Remember the less fortunate.

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