Where Have All the Leaders Gone?
- Narrated by: Lee Iacocca
- Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-04-07
- Language: English
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
What is each of us giving back to our country?
Do we truly love democracy?
Are we too fat and satisfied for our own good?
Why is America addicted to oil?
Do we really care about our children's futures?
Who will save the middle class?
Lee Iacocca believes that leaders are made in times of crisis: such as today. He has known more leaders than almost anybody else, including nine U.S. presidents, many heads of state, CEOs of the nation's top corporations, celebrities, and even a pope, and is uniquely suited to share his wisdom, knowledge, and wit about the leadership of America. Lee Iacocca does not mince words, and in Where Have All the Leaders Gone? he offers his no-nonsense, straight-up assessments of the American politicians most likely to run for president in 2008. He also shares his lessons learned, and issues a call to action to summon Americans back to their roots of hard work, common sense, integrity, generosity, and optimism. Where have all the leaders gone? Lee Iacocca has the answer.
"Although Iacocca presents a brutal analysis of cronyism in Washington, D.C., the abysmal situation in Iraq, and failed policies at home, he is not a pessimist. With a reputation as a straight shooter, he hopes to inspire more young people to vote. This is a surprisingly outspoken take on the pressing need for real leadership in this country." ( Booklist)
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By jeffrey on 16-06-12
I was expecting a story about leadership from the Icon of Corporate CEOs, instead I got the ramblings of a man who is frustrated with the way America has gone. His insight and thoughts are interesting, but it got old after a while and I stopped listening to it.
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By Michael on 16-02-08
Good listen after the Bush bashing
I remember thinking in the 1st & then the 2nd chapter): What in the world, this isn't the man I thought I was getting. For some reason I kept listening and finally late in the 2nd/early 3rd chapter, he stopped bashing and started a more positive, helpful, and enlightening message.
My bottom line - if you can just make it through the Bush family bashing; I'm not defending them mind you; it's a very interesting book. The admirable Mr. Iacocca does show through and one can understand how he has achieved his stature as a respected & decisive man.
I'm glad I purchased & listened. While I appreciate his opinion & outspoken voice, his bashing is a little too negatively conveyed for my taste.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Eric on 07-02-08
How could you not love this??
Conservative or Liberal, old or young I think this book offers plenty for all of to think about.
While you might not agree with the entire book (it'd be shocking if you did), chances are Lee has points that'll make you shake your head in agreement and think about long after reading.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful