PROFILES IN AUDACITY
Great Decisions and How They Were Made
Arranging these into five categories—decisions amidst crisis, to venture, of conscience, to risk everything, and to hope—the author recounts such moments as Boudicca’s rebellion against Roman invaders (c. 60 AD), Gandhi’s devotion to nonviolence (1893), and Jimmy Doolittle’s Tokyo raid (1942). An appendix suggests further reading for each account.
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