David and Liz: Dancing Through Love
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BeschreibungDavid Kruidenier is a publishing magnate and member of one of the most powerfulfamilies in media; Elizabeth Kruidenier is an unflappable civil rights attorney andchampion of racial equality, women's rights, and access to education. Despitecompeting interests, betrayal, and unthinkable tragedy, their love affair andmarriage endures against the backdrop of the last half century of American history, from the assassination of President Kennedy to the first U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Burdened with the label of nepotism and consumed with self-doubt, David'ssuccess as a publisher and eventual CEO of Cowles Media is obstructed by familypolitics and a downturn in the economy. Elizabeth struggles with the traditionalconstraints of the roles of wife and mother. Eventually, Elizabeth's new position asa partner in a major law firm takes off just as David's career crashes to an end.
Their lifelong love story, told by both husband and wife, is at once a vibrantportrait of a deeply passionate, unbreakable marriage and a compelling chronicle ofa remarkable period in American history.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2007
Seitenanzahl: 376 Seiten