No Such Thing as a Bad Day

Hamilton Jordan (Author) Jimmy Carter (Foreword by)
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Product Details

Price
$18.95
Publisher
Pocket Books
Publish Date
May 01, 2001
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.04 X 8.08 X 0.66 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780743419208
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About the Author

Hamilton Jordan (1944 - 2008) spearheaded Jimmy Carter's successful campaign for the presidency and served as the chief of staff in the Carter administration. He is the author of the bestselling Crisis, which recounted Carter's secret negotiations to free the American hostages in Iran. After leaving Washington, DC, he became an investor, adviser, and board member for a variety of successful companies and start-ups

Reviews

The Wall Street Journal Anyone with half a mind or soul will cry, laugh, and learn.
Vanity Fair Wise and touching.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Titles come and go, and White House chiefs of staff can exit faster than they entered. But Jordan, at fifty-five, would have you believe he has larger fish to fry than congressmen and Cabinet secretaries wanting fifteen minutes with the president of the United States, not to mention the door-pounding Washington media....The architect of Jimmy Carter's improbable nomination for the presidency tells how quickly power and position fade to irrelevance and how one's sense of proportion can change.
The Wall Street Journal Jordan serves up wise counsel, instructive insights, and important hope to the millions of American families afflicted with this dreaded disease. Along the way, he offers delicious, sometimes biting, political perspectives.
Library Journal Sound, upbeat advice...[Jordan] offers cancer sufferers and their families ways to combat the disease by...being positive and proactive.
The Huntsville Times (AL) An inspiring journey of a man who feels lucky to be alive...a story worth hearing and a story worth reading.