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Blog Home > 2006 in Review Part Two: Books Read This Year

December 31, 2006

2006 in Review Part Two: Books Read This Year

  1. McCain - Worth The Fighting For
  2. McCain - Faith of My Father
  3. McCain - Character is Destiny
  4. Collins - Good to Great
  5. Collins - Built to Last
  6. Albright - The Mighty and the Almighty
  7. Albright - Madame Secretary: A Memoir
  8. Noor - Leap of Faith: An Unexpected Life
  9. Halperin - The Way to Win: Taking the White House in 2008
  10. Sachs - The End of Poverty
  11. Morris - Because He Could
  12. Lowndes - How to Talk to Anyone
  13. Chomsky - Understanding Power
  14. Bossidy - Execution
  15. Madson - Improv Wisdon
  16. Diamond - Collapse
  17. Burns - Running Alone: Presendential Leadership
  18. Lipman-Blueman - The Allure of Toxic Leaders
  19. Obama - The Audacity of Hope
  20. Obama - Dreams from My father
  21. Smith - Zero to IPO
Posted by ryanallis at December 31, 2006 08:08 PM

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