Michelle Obama (Greenwood Biographies) by Alma Halbert Bond

By Alma Halbert Bond

self reliant and supportive, based and down-to-earth, an finished expert and kin anchor as her husband rose to the presidency, Michelle Obama is to many the consummate existence associate in politics and the epitome of the 21st-century operating mother. Michelle Obama: A Biography bargains an unparalleled examine essentially the most alluring ladies of our time, one that is bound so as to add her personal certain legacy to the culture of presidential wives.||Ranging around the complete arc of Michelle Obama’s existence, this revealing biography tells the tale of her kin background—her great-great-grandfather used to be a slave—her modest Chicago upbringing, her schooling and well-established criminal profession, and her courting along with her husband ahead of, in the course of, and after he reached the top of yank politics.

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