The Trump Doctrine: Inside the Complex Mind of a Business Genius

David I Carter (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$12.99
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
August 25, 2016
Pages
302
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.68 X 9.0 inches | 0.98 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781536989977
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About the Author

From humble beginnings in Texas, David I. Carter has risen to become "the de facto conservative voice on American politics" according to senator Hank MacDowell. He has been writing about politics for over thirty years. Several of Carter's non-fiction books including his last bestseller Clinton's Betrayal were number one on The New York Times bestseller list. In 1989, the motion picture political thriller The Ivory Tower was released adapted from Carter's seminal fictional novel The Gates of the Ivory Tower. While growing up, Carter had no idea that political writing would be his calling. He lived with his father and mother in a poor neighborhood on the east side of Liberty, Texas. Carter began working in his early teens selling lemonade and this evolved to a small business supplying refreshments during political rallies. Upon graduating from Duke University in North Carolina, with a degree in English, he spent two years as a journalist writing for the Cary Gazette. After breaking the news on several high profile crime stories, including the famous Nelson bay murder scandal, Carter decided to go to Harvard University to pursue an MBA. After receiving his postgraduate degree, Carter began working as an aide to Governor Jack Kimsey. It was during this time that Carter was successful in instigating several of the Kimsey administration's defining initiatives including the state tax reduction and corporate subsidy laws. In 1977, Carter joined a fledgling microcomputer company called Intertelesys as Chief Executive Officer. During his tenure, the company tripled revenue and became a public company. In 1980, the company was sold to IBM as part of a multi-million dollar deal. Carter published his first book, the best seller Dixieland Beltway in 1982. David I. Carter is chairman of the Carter-Kosche Institute of Politics and a recognized expert on American politics. He lives in Georgetown, Washington DC with his wife Judy and their two daughters Jesslyn and Sara.