Elizabeth Dole: Public Servant

Elizabeth Dole: Public Servant

by Carolyn Mulford

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School Library Journal - School Library Journal
Gr 6-12-- Both of these books present valid success stories of strong, career-oriented women, but Malone's relies on the progression of Chung's career and lacks the personal touch, while Mulford emphasizes Dole's youthful experiences that led to a life of political and public service. After mentioning that Chung was born in the U. S. not long after her parents and four sisters immigrated from China, and then lighting on her college education, Malone focuses on her moves up the broadcast ladder from station to station and network to network. The writing is consistent in both biographies, but Mulford gives a richer, more thorough picture of the driven and conscientious spirit behind the dynamic Dole. Bland black-and-white photographs pepper both volumes; a list of further reading appears in each. --Judie Porter, Media Services Center, Portsmouth School Department, RI

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Enslow Publishers, Incorporated
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Contemporary Women Ser.
Age Range:
11 Years

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