The audacity of hope

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In The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream, Barrack Obama takes on central problems such as the deterioration of the republican and democratic political parties, the properway to do politics, the prevalence of racial and religious tension and the role of the United States in the world beyond its borders. It also presents a vision about human values, and the importanceand new hardships of the modern family. Why not say it? It’s a good book: very well written with a detailed insight to American life. The wide variety of topics presented in its nine chapters and theway Obama was able to approach each one of them, made the book easy to relate to by the general public, and its simple but concrete and powerful language allowed it to occupy the first place in the NewYork Times bestsellers list. “The Audacity of Hope, offers the reader an original combination of Obama’s personal events, told with a remarkable dose of passion, and a series of explanations orpossible solutions to the modern problems all North American’s share.
This book finds its success by being able to alternate and combine three completely different themes of reality; an endearing andunusual personal narrative that sews the whole book together from start to finish like a thread, the intense and chronic story behind his political campaigning for state senator, and lastly, the complexand controversial themes current American politics have to undertake. It is a good book not only based on the grounds last mentioned; it is a good book because one can observe authenticity, andhonesty in wanting to manifest many of his insights, things that perhaps others in his position would hardly say aloud, or much less pour in writing. Obama’s writing is simple and clear, making the bookadequate for any reader to enjoy and comprehend. He delivers a strong message of conflict resolution through unity, consensus, diplomacy and rationality that he summarizes in the sentiment of hope....
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