Barack Obama and the Triumph of Hope

Overview

From the editors of Rolling Stone comes this special, limited-edition celebration of the historic victory of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. Packed with exclusive Rolling Stone interviews and articles, over 140 pages of photos, and six of his most stirring speeches, it's a commemorative issue that you'll treasure for a long time to come. Barack Obama and the Triumph of Hope also includes pull-out posters of Obama's Rolling Stone covers.
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Overview

From the editors of Rolling Stone comes this special, limited-edition celebration of the historic victory of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama. Packed with exclusive Rolling Stone interviews and articles, over 140 pages of photos, and six of his most stirring speeches, it's a commemorative issue that you'll treasure for a long time to come. Barack Obama and the Triumph of Hope also includes pull-out posters of Obama's Rolling Stone covers.
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Product Details

  • UPC: 074851085431
  • Manufacturer: Wenner
  • Publication date: 12/12/2008

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  • Posted November 28, 2008

    Wonder Idea Rolling Stone!!

    I own two of the three RS covers with Obama on the cover and was thrilled to hear that they'd made a commemorative issues. I am pleased to buy it and am thrilled to have it as a keepsake. Such a historical moment needs to be captured, and Rollingstone has done just that!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2008

    Isn't kind of early to be giving someone commorative edition? I mean I voted for him but I wish people can be a little bit more pragmatic and wonder if he will be to deliver on all his rhetoric. Well then again Rolling Stone isnt the Economist.

    Look I'm black and proud of him, but he hasn't even got sworn in yet and people all already talking about six of his greatest speeches? What like in the primaries? I mean we don't know how his performance will be in the White House. I think he has seduced America without proving himself first, I really dont know if he can deliver especially on these entitlement programs like universal healthcare while contributing another 2 trillion to our 9 trillion national debt. And funding tax cuts with borrowed funds from China adding more to the debt. I mean either he's incredibly naive or an average politician. Don't expect miracles, and if we want to at least try and give our children a decent future without being taxed to high heaven, something is going to have to go or be privatized, and or lowered. I mean some of you guys are incredibly naive, I mean you would believe he could toss gold from windows if he said it. Be pragmatic and alert and pay attention to deficit spending and the national debt!

    3 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 22, 2008

    Barack Obama and the Triumph of Hope

    I think that this country is looking for someone to give us hope. We have here a man with strong convictions. He knows what is right. The average American wants this. They are fed up with selfish people running our country into the ground. I think people who knock him are blind and can't see further than their own nose. They are either afraid or stuck in a rut. Where are the 60's and 70's when people spoke out about the issues. Yes he is highly reguarded and I can understand why. Each American has to make this work. We can no longer leave it to the government. His motto "Yes we can " means you and me !

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 25, 2008

    Terrific!

    This will be a wonderful keepsake for anyone that cares deeply about America. Unfortunately as "anonymous" has shown, there will always be ignorant, selfish, intolerant, and in this case, cowardly, people among us, but intelligence, generosity, tolerance and bravery brought about change. We believed in the words "Yes, we can"....Yes, we did!

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 21, 2008

    Barrack, ROCKS!! Thanks Stone.

    Keep it REAL Anonymous, NO PROUD BLACK MAN IN THE WORLD could fix his face to say what you're saying. If you are Black, you don't like yourself very much. Peace brotha.

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted December 9, 2008

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