Description: Signed and inscribed "To Ayn Dietrich Best Wishes!" and dated 9/25/08 on title page. Very small tear on back dust jacket. Almost not worth mentioning, really. And I do mean small.. Published by Pocket Books 2007 Near Fine Condition. In our Lynnwood store.Signature notes: Signed and inscribed "To Ayn Dietrich Best Wishes!" Dust jacket condition: Near Fine Item Format: Hardback
Synopsis: The son of a Baltimore fireman and the first person in his family to go to university, with scholarships to Yale College and Yale Law School, John Bolton candidly recounts his sixteen month tenure as US Ambassador to the United Nations, his Senate confirmation battle, and the highlights of his career in public service in two prior Republican administrations. In this explosive book, Bolton describes why practices such as the Oil for Food scandal, procurement fraud and sexual exploitation and abuse by U.N. peacekeepers are explained away or ignored. He also details how he made sure that U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan did not run for a third term and that another 'secular Pope' did not succeed him and why no country except the United States has done much about ending the genocide in Darfur. With a no-holds barred approach, John Bolton provides a unique insight into the workings of this monolithic institution and America's place within it.