JFK: The Life and Death of a President
Editore: Edizioni Savine
ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION (1963): What is it that sets apart one man from all others and destines him to be the leader of a great nation?
Are there any qualities that mark off a youth in his college days, or even earlier, as a potential great man ?
In this revealing and vivid story of the boyhood and maturing years of one of the great men of our age, the author explores these and many other provocative questions.
This is the first biography of President Kennedy which tells the whole story — from his immigrant Boston ancestors through his three years in the world’s most demanding political office — to his tragic death and its dramatic consequences.
|Formato||[EU] Stampa bianco e nero - standard - 170x240 mm - Carta bianca - Copertina opaca|