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From the Publisher
The Invincible Quest is an authoritative biography
of one of the most accomplished and controversial leaders of the
twentieth century. Beginning with Richard Nixon's birth to Quaker
parents in 1913 and ending with his death in 1994, Conrad Black
traces Nixon's career, assessing both his achievements and the
evolution of popular and historical thinking about him since his
Drawing on recently opened tapes and documents, and on Black's
personal interviews with many of the major players in Nixon's
administration, The Invincible Quest reveals a new
side of Nixon: a man who didn't have the advantage of charisma but
was surprisingly self-assured and effective; a man dogged by
political scandal yet seemingly unstoppable. Opinionated, balanced,
and perceptive, The Invincible Quest
makes a significant contribution to re-evaluating the
idiosyncratic president's entire, eventful career.
From the Hardcover edition.