Pataki: An Autobiography Daniel Paisner

ISBN: 9780670873395

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224 pages


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Pataki: An Autobiography  by  Daniel Paisner

Pataki: An Autobiography by Daniel Paisner
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In his absorbing autobiography, the governor of New York shows that his winning touch and down-home politics spring from same sourceGeorge Pataki is the real McCoy. Hes a small-town boy from Peekskill, New York, where his familys immigrantMoreIn his absorbing autobiography, the governor of New York shows that his winning touch and down-home politics spring from same sourceGeorge Pataki is the real McCoy. Hes a small-town boy from Peekskill, New York, where his familys immigrant background and farming life shaped his down-to-earth politics.

A second-generation American with roots in Hungary, Italy, and Ireland, Pataki has retained a common touch that his Yale and Columbia educations havent changed. He finally followed a lifelong dream of entering public service when he left a corporate law firm to join a Senate task force on the reorganization of the court system.In 1982 Pataki became mayor of his hometown, and in 1994 he stunned New Yorks political world by defeating Mario Cuomo in the gubernatorial election.

Suddenly George who? became a GOP power broker. Hell give readers the inside story of his incredible upset victory and bring us into the governors mansion to show the day-to-day job of running the diverse state of New York -- the issues it raises, the choices he makes, the beliefs that determine how he governs. Told with warmth and wry humor, the governors story shows that winning politics can still come from a simple source -- straight from the heart.



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