Here, Right Matters: An American Story

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Price
$26.99  $25.10
Publisher
Harper
Publish Date
Pages
256
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.32 X 1.08 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780063079427

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About the Author

Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman (Retired) was most recently the director for Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Russia on the White House's National Security Council. Prior to retiring from the U.S. Army, he served as a Foreign Area Officer with assignments in Moscow, Russia and for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as a Political-Military Affairs Officer. While on the Joint Staff, he co-authored the National Military Strategy Russia Annex and was the principal author for the Global Campaign for Russia. He is currently a doctoral student at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a Visiting Fellow at Perry World House.

Reviews

"Compelling . . . . Even those who know the details of Trump's impeachment will find it chilling to hear them related by one of the event's chief figures. . . . The story of an ordinary man placed in extraordinary circumstances who did the right thing." -- New York Times Book Review

"Vindman reminds us of what genuine patriotism can look like. . . . Vindman's regional knowledge allows him to unpack the reasons that so many Democrats thought Trump's phone conversation should be the basis of the nation's third presidential impeachment. In meticulous fashion, he details the stunning number of high-ranking officials--such as Gordon Sondland, U.S. ambassador to the European Union--who were in on the game." -- Washington Post

"An important book from a true patriot whose oath to the Constitution could not allow him to look away." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Compelling." -- Christian Science Monitor