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America: Hope for Change (Hardcover)
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My Basket. Skip to Content. Compare Products. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. America: Hope for Change. In pursuing higher ground for us as a nation, President Obama achieved something far deeper and longer lasting than eight years of political power.
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As the respected CNN commentator, Mr. And in that sense, Obama has left an indelible mark.
Zakaria continued. He celebrated and promoted American excellence in every sphere, from science to art to sports. And he did it all while under a microscope, because he looked different.
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Most of us would agree. As a candidate, Barack Obama, along with Michelle Obama and their children, offered America hope and change. As our President, Barack Obama delivered — and the most lasting and transformative change has been within each of us. It is a simple, yet important truth about our lives that there is a fundamental difference between a hope that has never been realized and one that, once realized, is now being threatened.
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Never again can anyone successfully argue that a Black American or any American cannot master the most difficult job in the land. Never again will any American child fear to aspire to greatness because the color of his or her skin traps them in a rigid cast of unacceptability.
Now, we can believe that any achievement is possible. As we face an uncertain and difficult time together, we are strengthened by what we have learned from a very, very good President — and, arguably, a great one. Barack Obama has respected us as a people, believed in our ability to have compassion for one another, and believed in our ability to grow.
As a result, we have come to believe more strongly in ourselves and in a better future for our country. This transformation will not easily be erased — and, for this, above all, a grateful nation can give thanks.