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Optional: Question 2. Would you please tell us about a few of your favorite books, poems, authors, films, plays, pieces of music, musicians, performers, paintings, artists, magazines, or newspapers? Feel free to touch on one, some, or all of the categories listed, or add a category of your own.
I first picked up The Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election. No other books have I been able to relate to better than this book. From values to our constitution Obama is able to give his perspective of the issues. He compares past politicians with current politicians and describes historical events in a very biased way. My love for politics and history keep me constantly reading it. As someone who dreams of being a politician, this book gives me an understanding of the hardship associated with a political career. When reading about Obamas rise to politics, he describes his own personal journey. A journey I hope to one day take. As I read this book, I often picture myself in Obamas place.
While the audacity of hope has given me a glimpse of what a political career is like, What You Don't Know About Politics But Should gives me a stronger understanding of the issues through a non partisan perspective. It has allowed me to understand the issues in depth, so every time I hear about an issue, I can give strong arguments and defend those arguments.