Confidence Men Chapter Summary

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The economy is holding on by the skin of its teeth, the unemployment rate is higher than ever, republicans reject nearly every initiative President Obama proposes, and the Obama’s base is growing disturbed by his unwillingness to ever fight for liberal causes. But a couple of his critics are watching his every step like Ron Suskind. Confidence Men focuses on the heart and soul of President Obama’s economic team, how it works from the inside out. The book displays a picture of the president that makes it seem like he is getting more than what he signed up for, and he cannot handle it, like he is struggling to manage his economic team. The central theme of the book is President Obama’s absence of leadership. I always believed that Obama was a…show more content…
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