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The Truths We Hold (2019)

An American Journey.

The Truths We Hold: An American Journey is a memoir by Kamala Harris. First Woman Vice President in the history of the United States.Ms. Harris details her life as the daughter of immigrants. She describes her childhood and the neighbourhood she grew up in. Harris mentions about her time and achievements as the San Francisco district attorney. The book discusses her time as California Attorney General, the election to the U.S. Senate in 2016, and her few fights against the Trump administration.

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The book takes a dive into the current state of American politics as well as the policies, legislation, and initiatives Ms. Harris has undertaken in her present and previous roles. The book is a mix of memoir and political observations.

“This book discusses policy and vision through the lens of personal experience, which made it engaging and approachable.”

The Book GuideĀ® Editor

Ms. Kamala Harris has lived “The American Dream” her parents were immigrants, her dad’s Jamaican and her mother’s from India. She didnt grow up with a lot of money but she worked hard and she eventually became California Attorney General before going on to become a U.S. Senator and now Vice President.

Ms. Harris makes plans and then sets about making those things happen.  On January 20th Kamala Harris made history when she is sworn in as the first Woman Vice President, and she’ll probably make more history one day.

The Truths We Hold (2019) by Kamala Harris

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