Description: First Edition. Signed by President Bill Clinton on half title page. Publishe by Times Books/Random House 1996. First edition. Dust jacket is covered by mylar.
. Published by Random House Inc 1996 Very Good Condition. Slight pen mark on corner of signed title pate. Dust jack back right bottom corner, small tear. In our Pearland store.Dimensions: Quarto (9.5 x 12)Signature notes: Signed by President Bill Clinton Dust jacket condition: Very Good Spine notes: Slight bumping on edges of Spine Item Format: Hardback
Synopsis: Between Hope and History is the President's articulation of his political philosophy - a philosophy that underpins all his policies and programs as America enters the twenty-first century.The book is also a concise statement of the fundamental principles and values that have guided his administration since its inception in 1993. It continues, as he writes, "the conversation I have had with the American people about our destiny as a nation."In Between Hope and History, President Clinton sees America poised on the edge of "the age of possibility." He declares that "the era of big government is over, " and asserts his belief that the global economy will place a premium on education. The President also discusses the roles that individuals, families, businesses, and government must play as America prepares for the twenty-first century.