Isn’t this sweet?
The story of Barack Obama’s journey to the presidency. This 144-page, hard-cover, full-color book collects the best writing and photographs from McClatchy’s Washington Bureau and its 30 newspapers. It presents one of the most compelling portraits ever of this unprecedented election.
Reserve your copy today!
The book’s title comes from Obama’s speech on race given in Philadelphia: “I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in
no other country on Earth is my story even possible.“
What’s in the book?
- [It] Contains 144 pages and measures a large 9 ¾ x 11 ½ inches, hard-cover with dust jacket, and full-color throughout.
- Coverage begins before the primaries, looks at the presidential debates and key issues, and includes the Inauguration in January.
- Includes all 30 newspapers’ front pages from the day following the election in an extraordinary gallery.
- Features McClatchy’s best news-writing, analysis and commentary, plus hundreds of vivid photographs.
But wait … there’s still more!
McClatchy Newspaper subscribers save $5 off the regular $27.95 price. A leatherbound collector’s version also is available!
If you pre-order now, you also will receive a FREE 8 x 10-inch archival color commemorative photograph of Obama. Click ‘Order Now’ for more details.
Well, we’ve know for a while now that McClatchy is a liberal news outlet, but wouldn’t it have been nice if they had made the mass public aware in advance that the stories they were writing about The One had the potential to make it into their post-election book on PEBO? No wonder we saw mostly puff pieces on his candidacy.
Click here and scroll down to find out how readers of McClatchy papers can get a special DVD three hour documentary on Obama lovingly done by none other than CBS’ 60 Minutes, the same network/program that tried to get Kerry elected back in 2004.
You know what they say: Birds of a feather …
Cross-posted from the Sister Toldjah blog.