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January 12th, 2010  |  Published in General Thoughts, Reading Recommendations

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Tadalafil cialis no prescription Team of Rivals, tadalafil cialis no prescription also by Doris Kearns Goodwin – Lessons in leadership from Abraham Lincoln.  Goodwin is one of my favorite historians.  Her writing style is lively and her research meticulous.  In this book she paints a picture of life in the 19th century and brings to life Abraham Lincoln and the members of his cabinet many of whom had previously been his political rivals.  This is one of the books that President Obama was reading prior to assuming office.  (Also by Goodwin and recommended: No Ordinary Time, tadalafil cialis no prescription which details the life and presidency of Franklin Roosevelt and his marriage to and partnership with Eleanor Roosevelt)

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Tadalafil cialis no prescription The Defining Moment, tadalafil cialis no prescription by Jonathan Alter - Alter’s book details events leading up to and during the first year of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first term as president.  This is a great book that helps put into context the current economic crisis.  The Great Depression occurred in part as a result of a leadership vacuum and the pressure of entrenched interests.  Through painstaking detail Alter explains the creation and impact of many of the programs that comprised the New Deal and the political maneuvering necessary to bring them about.

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Tadalafil cialis no prescription Blunder, tadalafil cialis no prescription by Zachary Shore – Although this is not, tadalafil cialis no prescription strictly speaking, tadalafil cialis no prescription a history book, tadalafil cialis no prescription it uses historical anecdotes to illustrate some of the mental models that result in bad or sometimes catastrophic decisions.  I have not seen a better and more practical explanation for the value of keeping an open mind seeing issues from multiple perspectives.

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