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Where Have All The Leaders Gone? (2007, original release: 2007)
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Call Number 303.34/IACOCCA,L


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Published: New York, NY : Scribner, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., [2007] ©2007
Description:  xi, 274 pages ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1416532471, 9781416532477,
Language:  English




Where have all the leaders gone? -- Had enough? -- People and priorities : its that simple -- Can you show me where it's working? -- Aren't we supposed to be the good guys? -- How much do we love democracy? -- Where have all our friends gone? -- Will the real leader of the free world please stand up? -- Meet the coalition of the UNwilling -- What will we do for oil? -- Free trade must be fair trade -- Don't fence me in - or out -- Is capitalism letting us down? -- Where does all the money go? -- Will we ever trust Corporate America again? -- Chrysler's lesson : resist the urge to merge -- Can anyone around here run a car company? -- Who will save the middle class? -- The blame game is killing us -- Can America be great again? -- Are we too fat and satisfied for our own good? -- Bring back brain power -- Three men who taught me how to lead -- Get off the golf course and do something -- 2008: a call to action

Related Searches:
Leadership -- United States.
Political leadership -- United States.
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Additional Credits:
Whitney, Catherine.

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