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Where Have You Gone, Harry Truman?
Where Have You Gone, Harry Truman?

Where Have You Gone, Harry Truman?

The Selected Works

POLITICAL SCIENCE

388 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $19.99 (CA $26.99) (US $19.99)

Publication Date: July 2017

ISBN 9781633310193

Rights: WOR

Disruption Books (Jul 2017)

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Overview

For those who believe US leadership still matters—and that it’s never too late to pursue a lifelong dream—Where Have You Gone, Harry Truman? will provoke, inform, and inspire.For three decades, Stanley Weiss has brought rare behind-the-scenes looks at countries most Westerners have only begun to understand, explaining the importance of key issues, players, and regions long before they were considered important. Well before the attention of the world was shifting to the places he knew best—from India to Indonesia, Myanmar to Mexico, Thailand to the Middle East—he was explaining how much they mattered and urging the United States to pay attention. When the history of Asia and the West’s pivot eastward in the twenty-first century is written, Stanley Weiss will provide the first draft.This volume of selected articles and essays represents a life at the center of business and international politics.

Author Biography

Stanley A. Weiss is the Founding Chairman of Business Executives for National Security and former chairman of the mining, refractories, chemicals and mineral processing company, American Premier, Inc. He has written widely on public policy matters. His work has appeared in the Huffington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Washington Times. His first book, Manganese: The Other Uses, is the definitive work on the non-metallurgical uses of manganese. He divides his time between his residences in London and his office in Washington, D.C.