Madam President: History in the Making?

Madam President: History in the Making?

by Ramesh S Arunachalam


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"If you are not certain whether you will vote for Secretary Clinton or are a stalwart supporter or detractor of hers, you should take a look at this book." Andris Mitt.

So far, America has only been allowed to see the tip of the iceberg.

Can a President, whose campaign has largely been funded by the 'billionaire class' and Wall Street really 'walk the walk' on corporate crime? The book raises this, among many other questions, as it lays out a factual analysis of strategic issues related to a possible Madam Clinton Presidency.

As a former First Lady, Senator, Secretary of State and now the Democratic Party's nominee for the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections, Hillary Clinton enjoys the advantage of bringing experience to the table that her opponent cannot boast of.

The advantage of experience does not come alone though, but is accompanied by baggage in the form of track record. Will Hillary's immense experience and charisma override this baggage and catapult her to the Oval Office to make history as its first ever woman occupant?

If that happens, will these issues come back to haunt her Presidency or will she be able to bury the ghosts of the past and indeed live true to her word and achieve all her election promises?

Grab a copy of the book, a clarion call to rescue American democracy from the fatal embrace of money and power!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535157681
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/07/2016
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Ramesh S Arunachalam wears many hats. In the last two decades, he has been a columnist (with the Hindu Business Line and Moneylife), an entrepreneur, a filmmaker and also a development practitioner working on issues pertaining to financial inclusion and livelihood security. His clients include both state and national governments, bi-lateral and multi-lateral agencies, and the private sector in countries across Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.

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