A revelatory biography of the first Black woman to be elected Vice President, charting how the daughter of two immigrants in segregated California became one of this countryâ€™s most effective power players.In Kamalaâ€™s Way, longtime Los Angeles Times reporter Dan Morain charts her career from its beginnings handling child molestation cases and homicides for the Alameda County District Attorneyâ€™s office and her relationship as a twenty-nine-year-old with the most powerful man in the state: married Assembly Speaker Willie Brown, a relationship that would prove life-changing. Morain takes readers through Harrisâ€™s years in the San Francisco District Attorneyâ€™s Office, explores her audacious embrace of the little-known Barack Obama, and shows the sharp elbows she deployed to make it to the US Senate. He analyses her failure as a presidential candidate and the behind-the-scenes campaign she waged to land the Vice President spot. Along the way, he paints a vivid picture of her values and priorities, the kind of people she brings into her orbit, the sorts of problems sheâ€™s good at solving, and the missteps, risks, and bold moves sheâ€™s made on her way to the top.Kamalaâ€™s Way is essential reading for all Americans curious about the history-making Vice President-Elect.
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