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Madame President by Helene Cooper PDF Book Free. Madame President is the biography, memoir, politics and history book which reveals the struggle of an American woman who finally becomes the president of the country.
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Madame President is the history, politics, memoir and biography book which unfold the struggles behind the achievements of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Helene Cooper is the author of this impressive book. Ellen Born in the twentieth century, 1938 in Liberia. Her family belongs to the middle class and she has different facilitates which helps her to pursue her ambitions. While growing up Ellen has the instincts of helping the poor people in the country. She has the heart for every miserable person and that’s the reason she decided to pursue her career in politics.
Ellen wanted to help the people of her country and the only way is to have the power. She married and become the mother of four children. The busy family life did not create any hurdle in her ambitions and now it’s a perfect time for her to go in politics. In the beginning, she faces a lot of difficulties right from her home and it ends up in her divorce. She was not ready to compromise on her dreams and finally, she becomes the only hope of all the Liberian women in the country. Ellen becomes the first lady president of Liberian after winning the election in 2005. She is the inspiration of millions of people in the world and also won the Noble Peace Award.
Details About Madame President by Helene Cooper PDF
- Name: Madame President: The Extraordinary Journey of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
- Authors: Helene Cooper
- Publish Date: March 7, 2017
- Language: English
- Genre: Biography, History, Politics
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 10 MB
- Pages: 336
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 145169735X
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