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Going Rogue is the #1 New York Times bestselling memoir from Sarah Palin, one of America’s most beloved and controversial political figures. Now with new material, Going Rogue offers plain talk from a true American original about her life, her career, and the future of the country she loves.

Topics: American Government, Leadership, Mothers, Family, Ethics, Corruption, Economy, Inspirational, Alaska, Conservative Ideologies, and Working Class

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ISBN: 9780061991110
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