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Barack Obama was one of the most popular candidates who bid for the presidency in modern time when he ran in 2008. As president however, Obama popularity plummeted almost immediately; he suffered the fiercest opposition from the Republican Party than any president since the creation of the nation. Amidst a flurry of criticism, it's easy to miss what Obama has done as president and where he had failed. "The OBAMA Legacy" is an attempt to sketch an accurate picture of Obama's presidency. The book dispels all myths about Obama. It discusses his presidency in a very unorthodox fashion, by relying …mehr

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Barack Obama was one of the most popular candidates who bid for the presidency in modern time when he ran in 2008. As president however, Obama popularity plummeted almost immediately; he suffered the fiercest opposition from the Republican Party than any president since the creation of the nation. Amidst a flurry of criticism, it's easy to miss what Obama has done as president and where he had failed. "The OBAMA Legacy" is an attempt to sketch an accurate picture of Obama's presidency. The book dispels all myths about Obama. It discusses his presidency in a very unorthodox fashion, by relying exclusively on "verifiable facts" The book completely ignores gossips, political arguments and partisanship in order to sketch a true picture of the 44th president. The OBAMA Legacy is not however a tabulation of praises for the Obama administration; it is a hard look at how he has led the country during his presidency.
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Mike Ducheine born Michel Ducheine of French descent, immigrated into the United States to study medicine. Instead, Mike pursued a degree in Computer Sciences in which field he graduated and began a career in technology. After a few years working for several organizations in various roles, Mike returned to school to obtain a degree in Business Management in 2003 at the University of California. He pursued an MBA at the same school and graduated in 2005. Mike expressed a passion for reading and writing at a very young age; at 17, he had already read the Bible three times cover to cover. At the age of 18, Mike wrote a 100-page essay (in French) about the difficult assimilation of artificial organs into the human body. His insatiable thirst for knowledge and his passion for writing nudged him to pursue a degree in journalism into which field he graduated in 2014 with a degree in journalism and communication. Mike spend his spare time publishing opinions on The People Branch blog http://peoplebranch.org. Mike writes to address government wrongdoing and society entrenched bias; he is a fierce enemy of social injustice.