The 100 Most Influential World Leaders of All Time [EPUB]
25 January 2014, 14:00
2009 | EPUB | 20.69MB
It takes a great deal of personal strength, charisma, and intelligence to lead others. Some leaders improve the lives of their fellow citizens while others rule with an iron fist, oblivious to the plight of others. This book covers the lives and agendas of leaders good and bad, those who history has justifiably vilified and others who will be cherished for years to come.
Abraham Lincoln (Pivotal Presidents) [EPUB]
25 January 2014, 13:56
2012 | EPUB | 10.31MB
It may be little exaggeration to say that the figure of Abraham Lincoln embodies the American ideal more so than any other U.S. president. Although he came from humble beginnings and held several odd jobs before launching his career in politics, Lincoln’s determination and natural abilities brought him to the White House, where he led the struggle to preserve the union and emancipate the country’s slaves. Lincoln’s remarkable life—from his childhood to his role as Commander in Chief during the Civil War to his tragic death—is chronicled in this captivating volume.
Thomas Jefferson (Pivotal Presidents) [EPUB]
25 January 2014, 13:55
2013 | EPUB | 8.25MB
As skilled at architecture and inventing as he was at politics, Thomas Jefferson was a man of many talents who was invaluable to the founding of the United States. After loaning his expertise to writing the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson went on to serve as the third U.S. president, nearly doubling the size of the United States during his term. Jefferson’s extraordinary life and accomplishments are recounted in this engaging volume.