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Barack Obama Life biography

by Radha Karki 2 months ago in book reviews

Barack Obama

Barack Obama Life biography
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The book is a history that has shifted from racial tensions to personal reminders focused on Obama's struggle to know that he is a black man, raised by his African father by whites.

After working in college through scholarships and student loans, Obama moved to Chicago, where he worked with a group of churches to rebuild communities damaged by the closure of a local steel mill. After a summer training in Chicago at Sidley Austin law firm in his first year at Harvard University, Obama met Michelle Robinson, a South American native at Princeton University and Harvard Law School who was in charge of her work at the firm. He fell in love with her - best known for the 2016 film Southside of You - and after four years of dating, they married in 1992. They live in the newly integrated central Chicago area of Hyde Park, where they had their first daughter Malia Ann (born 1998) and their second daughter Natasha, later known as Sasha, born in 2001.

After two years at Occidental College in Los Angeles, he moved to Columbia University to study politics and international relations. He attended Colombia and Harvard Law School, where he was president of the Harvard Law Review. After serving in the Senate State of Illinois, Obama was elected U.S. Senator in 2004 to represent Illinois.

He was elected to the Illinois State Senate, and his constituency included Hyde Park, a poor ghetto on the South Side. In 2004 President Obama was elected as a Democrat to represent Illinois in the US Senate and received national attention delivering a warm and well-received speech at the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

During his time Obama was a human rights lawyer, professor of constitutional affairs, and a U.S. senator. Illinois. After winning the Senate election in Illinois in 1996, Obama won a U.S. Senate seat. In 2004 the president became in 2008. In the first two years of his presidency, Obama appointed two new judges to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the United States.

Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii, to a white mother and a black father. He graduated from Punahou School, a high school in Honolulu, studied at Occidental College before moving to Columbia University where he obtained a B.A. in 1983. Obama graduated from Harvard University in 1991 in the field of magna cum laude and became the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review.

Barack Obama was the first African-American president (2009-17). He directed the US economic recovery from the 2008-09 Great Recession (2008-09) and the passing of land reform, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Before taking office, Obama represented Illinois in the U.S. Senate. (2005-08).

Senator Barack Obama defeated Senator John McCain in the most important US election since World War II. After working as a writer and editor in Manhattan, Obama became a community editor in Chicago, taught the constitution at the University of Chicago, worked as a civil rights lawyer, and served in the Illinois Senate (1997-2004),. Senator (2005-08) and as. President (2009-17). Obama stepped down during a crisis: The United States has endured decades of wars around the world and the dangers of the American dream are being threatened by the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

Four years later, on November 6, 2012, Senator Barack Obama was re-elected to represent Mitt Romney in the Republican nomination. The winner of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, Obama, became the 44th president of the United States, the first African-American president, and his presidency was marked by the adoption of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the assassination of Osama bin Laden, the sixth of the sign, Iran's nuclear deal and the legal registration of gay marriage by the Supreme Court. Obama was elected for a second term against Massachusetts governor Romney, a former Illinois senator with his campaign slogan "Change We Can Believe in, We Can Do Better".

Barack Hussein Obama, Obama's father, grew up a member of the Luo tribe in a small village in Kenya's Nyanza province. He was Ann's son, Barack Hussein Obama Jr., born in Honolulu on August 4, 1961.

Obama served as U.S. Senator Illinois from 2005 to 2008 and the Illinois Senator from 1997 to 2004. President Obama's years in public service were based on his unwavering belief in the power to unite people for a common political purpose. At the Illinois State Council, he passed the first major behavioral change in 25 years through the cutting of active family taxes and the expansion of child and parent health care.

Obama served from 1997 to 2004 in the Senate State and was an advocate for state tax breaks and early childhood education. He also practiced human rights law and taught at the University of Chicago Law School.

On June 3, 2008, he won Montana Primary, giving him enough delegates to become the first black American president to win the title of president of the United States. In 2008, Obama Hillary Clinton defeated the incumbent Democratic Alliance president and defeated Republican candidate John McCain as the 44th president of the United States. On November 4, 2008, Obama was elected President and defeated Republican Sen. John McCain by 53 percent of the vote.

The first African-American president-elect of the Harvard Law Review. The first African-American president was elected to the United States in November 2008. After being elected President, Obama defeated the military bases of North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, and Colorado, all voted Republican in 2004.

On May 19, 2011, President Barack Obama addressed the State Department in Washington, D.C. with the policy of the Middle East and North Africa. Although Obama was the first black person to win the American presidency, yet many other black men and women have sought office. It is too early to discuss Obama's legacy until January 2021, more than four years after he left office.

In his first address to the trade union movement, President Barack Obama spoke about economic challenges, raised money in the central bank, announced the possibility of holding public spending next financial year, and challenged the Supreme Court's repeal of the campaign's financing limit. In December 2017 Obama spoke to dozens of mayors and local officials from around the world in Chicago and promised to sign the Chicago Climate Charter to oppose Trump's announcement that he would remove the US from the Paris Agreement.

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