A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor and Country

A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor and Country

He talks a lot about his past, and what got him to where he is. So, in my opinion, read it and enjoy the This book was OK.

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So, in my opinion, read it and enjoy the stories. You may also get some ideas about being an overall good person. Mar 21, Kim rated it really liked it Recommended to Kim by: I really believe that Wes Clark is a true American Hero. He is a realistic view of our place int he world and he has the political, military and foreign policy experience that makes him a true leader. His book was full of examples of the challanges he has faced and how the leadership skills he learned at West Point and on military positions got him through those difficult circumstances.

Mar 15, Dick Gullickson rated it liked it.

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Good perspectives on leadership in the Army. Read on the pitching Richard With in the North Sea. Jun 28, Frances Johnson rated it it was amazing. Very interesting book, both as a story about the man as well as the events in which he was a part.

I was particularly interested in his time as NATO Commander in the Balkans as well as his part in the Dayton Accords which negotiated the end of the fighting in Bosnia. Aug 04, Tlow rated it it was ok. Reads more like a long winded resume than a book about leadership, duty and honor.

Kim Baxter rated it liked it Apr 15, Dwayne rated it it was ok Jul 14, Mike Kitch rated it really liked it Sep 08, Zack rated it it was amazing May 16, Bayley rated it it was amazing Dec 23, HC rated it really liked it Dec 25, Maggie Osborne rated it liked it Nov 21, Raoul Lopez rated it liked it Aug 12, Ian Colte rated it really liked it Apr 05, Rich with breathtaking battle scenes, poignant personal anecdote and eye-opening recommendations on the best way forward, General Clark's new book is a tour de force of gripping storytelling and inspiring vision.

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Lists with This Book. Mar 31, Kevin rated it liked it Shelves: This book was OK. I liked it mainly for his stories, more so that his leadership nuggets of wisdom.

A Time to Lead: For Duty, Honor and Country

He talks a lot about his past, and what got him to where he is. So, in my opinion, read it and enjoy the This book was OK. So, in my opinion, read it and enjoy the stories. You may also get some ideas about being an overall good person.

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Mar 21, Kim rated it really liked it Recommended to Kim by: I really believe that Wes Clark is a true American Hero. He is a realistic view of our place int he world and he has the political, military and foreign policy experience that makes him a true leader. His book was full of examples of the challanges he has faced and how the leadership skills he learned at West Point and on military positions got him through those difficult circumstances. Mar 15, Dick Gullickson rated it liked it. Good perspectives on leadership in the Army.

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Read on the pitching Richard With in the North Sea. Jun 28, Frances Johnson rated it it was amazing. Very interesting book, both as a story about the man as well as the events in which he was a part. I was particularly interested in his time as NATO Commander in the Balkans as well as his part in the Dayton Accords which negotiated the end of the fighting in Bosnia. Aug 04, Tlow rated it it was ok. Reads more like a long winded resume than a book about leadership, duty and honor.

Kim Baxter rated it liked it Apr 15, Four-star General Wesley K. Clark became a major figure on the political scene when he was drafted by popular demand to run for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in But this was just one of many exceptional accomplishments of a long and extraordinary career.

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Mar 21, Kim rated it really liked it Recommended to Kim by: So, in my opinion, read it and enjoy the stories. Want to Read saving…. Mike Kitch rated it really liked it Sep 08, Provide more direct assistance in areas such as education, health care, and retirement security by proper allocation of responsibilities between public and private entities.

Here, for the first time, General Clark uses his unique life experience—from his difficult youth in segregated Arkansas where he was raised by his poor, widowed mother; through the horror of Vietnam where he was wounded; the post-war rebuilding of national security and the struggles surrounding the new world order after the Cold War—as a springboard to reveal his vision for America, at home and in the world.

General Clark will address issues such as foreign policy, the economy, the environment, education and health care, family, faith, and the American dream. Rich with breathtaking battle scenes, poignant personal anecdote and eye-opening recommendations on the best way forward, General Clark's new book is a tour de force of gripping storytelling and inspiring vision.

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