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People think that leaders 'tell people what to do. Chris does a great job of bridging his experience in politics with commonsense rules. And now everyone reading this book has the opportunity to share his passion and insights. He was a longtime Washington bureau chief for the San Francisco Examiner and later a national columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.
He holds the David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Communications, eighteen honorary doctorates from American colleges and universities, and was a visiting fellow at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Rating details.
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