New from New York instances bestselling writer and previous secretary of nation Madeleine Albright, Read My Pins is a narrative and party of the way one woman’s jewellery assortment used to be used to make diplomatic historical past. Exploring using the pin or brooch as a way of non-public and diplomatic expression and featuring a gallery of interesting photos, this detailed, intimate, and revealing biography offers a complete new part of Secretary Albright, one in every of our such a lot loved public servants.
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