A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Carl Bernstein

By Carl Bernstein

Drawing from hundreds and hundreds of interviews with colleagues, acquaintances and with special entry to crusade files, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and writer Carl Bernstein bargains a fancy and nuanced portrait of 1 of the main debatable figures of our time: Hillary Clinton. He has given us a booklet that permits us, ultimately, to handle the questions americans are insistently--even obsessively--asking: what's her personality? what's her political philosophy? who's she? What will we anticipate from her?

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Lisa M. c. used to determine the time of day and one’s location, especially latitude. The exact origins of the astrolabe remain somewhat murky. Scholars believe that knowledge of the tool was available in ancient Greece and that Hipparchus (born in Nicea ca. ) was among its most important early developers. The Romans knew of its potential too; Vitruvius (ca. 88–ca. ) wrote about a clock that functioned like an astrolabe, and other early astrolabes dating to the early centuries of the Common Era have been located in territory belonging to the Romans, including northeastern France and Salzburg.

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He marked off a line as far up on his prison cell’s wall as he could reach and offered to fill the room to that height once with gold and twice over with silver—measuring out to 11 tons of gold and nearly 25 of silver. He also plotted to maintain his power by ordering the assassination of Huascar. Unfortunately, his actions squandered precious time and resources that could have been better spent on organizing an effective resistance to the Spaniards. In the end, Pizarro felt that releasing Atahualpa was too dangerous and at the urging of his men ordered his execution.

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