In Conversation with Annie Linskey of the Boston Globe
An essential biography chronicles the life of one of the most empowering politicians of the century, from humble beginnings to extraordinary persistence.
"Nevertheless, she persisted." These three words became an inspiring battle cry across the United States in 2017, but the woman to whom they refer has been fighting passionately all her life. Raised in a tough working-class home in Oklahoma, Elizabeth Warren went on to become a revered scholar, law professor, U.S. Senator, and unlikely political star.
Following Warren's early life and rise in Washington politics, New York Times bestseller Antonia Felix provides meticulous research and interviews to create a fascinating and respectful biography of one of America's most inspirational politicians.
Antonia Felix is the New York Times bestselling author of 17 nonfiction books. She has appeared on many major media outlets including CNN, Fox, NPR, Time, and Newsweek. She lives in Minneapolis.
Annie Linskey is a national political reporter in The Globe’s Washington, D.C. bureau. She has covered the White House and campaign finance for Bloomberg News. Before that she spent nine years at the Baltimore Sun writing about crime, city government, and state politics.
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