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Tue June 12, 2012

Morning Edition, Wed.: CONFRONT AND CONCEAL: OBAMA'S SECRET WARS & SURPRISING USE OF AMERICAN POWER

NY Times Chief Washington Correspondent and author, David Sanger, has followed up his first work on President Obama, "The Inheritance" which came out about three years ago. In this book,  Sanger describes how Obama has had to adapt to deal with a world on fire - first dealing with the two wars he inherited - while trying to do something about economic recession at home, and the ramp-up of Iran's race for nuclear weapons. This eye-opening book is as exciting and thrilling as a good spy movie. But truth is stranger than fiction.

 

www.NYTimes.com

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