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Leadership
Leadership
Rudolph Giuliani demonstrates how the leadership skills he practices can be employed successfully by anyone who has to run anything. Opens with a gripping account of Giuliani's immediate reaction to the September 11 attacks, including a narrow escape from the original crisis command headquarters, and closes with the efforts to address the aftermath during his remaining tenure.

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Rudy Giuliani: Emperor of the City
Rudy Giuliani: Emperor of the City
During his reign as the mayor of New York, the controversial Giuliani has been called many names. But after September 11, 2001, New York had new words to descibe him.In this riveting and updating edition, political reporter Andrew Kirtzman tells the story of Giuliani's tireless mission to cleanup, control, shape, and -- most recently -- heal New York City.

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Grand Illusion: The Untold Story of Rudy Giuliani and 9/11
Grand Illusion: The Untold Story of Rudy Giuliani and 9/11
Rudy Giuliani emerged from the smoke of 9/11 as the unquestioned hero of the day: America's Mayor, the father figure we could all rely on to be tough, to be wise, to do the right thing. In that uncertain time, it was a comfort to know that he was on the scene and in control, making the best of a dire situation.But was he really?Grand Illusion is the definitive report on Rudy Giuliani's role in 9/11—the true story of what happened that day and the first clear-eyed evaluation of Giuliani's role before, during, and after the disaster.While the pictures of a soot-covered Giuliani making his way through the streets became very much a part of his personal mythology, they were also a symbol of one of his greatest failures. The mayor's performance, though marked by personal courage and grace under fire, followed two terms in office pursuing an utterly wrongheaded approach to the city's security against terrorism. Turning the mythology on its head, Grand Illusion reveals how Giuliani has revised his own history, casting himself as prescient terror hawk when in fact he ran his administration as if terrorist threats simply did not exist, too distracted by pet projects and turf wars to attend to vital precautions.Authors Wayne Barrett and Dan Collins also provide the first authoritative view of the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, recounting the triumphs and missteps of the city's efforts to heal itself. With surprising new reporting about the victims, the villains, and the heroes, this is an eye-opening reassessment of one of the pivotal events—and politicians—of our time.

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Greed and Glory: The Rise and Fall of Doc Gooden, Lawrence Taylor, Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, and the Mafia in 1980s New York
Greed and Glory: The Rise and Fall of Doc Gooden, Lawrence Taylor, Ed Koch, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, and the Mafia in 1980s New York
On October 28, 1986, just one day after winning one of the most thrilling World Series in history, the New York Mets were feted by more than two million fans with a parade through the city. In news accounts of the event, there was a small aside, as this one in the New York Times: "Notable in his absence was the pitcher Dwight Gooden, who Mets officials later said had overslept." No, the Mets' twenty-one-year-old phenom had not slept too late. He had not slept at all, in fact. For Gooden, his postgame champagne celebration kicked off a cocaine binge that took him to a club in Long Island and wound up with him, wired, watching his teammates roll through the streets as he sat with strangers in a public housing project. Such were the 1980s in New York City, a gilded era buttressed by fast money from a real estate boom and the explosion of Wall Street wealth. The Mets and Giants, bolstered by lightning-rod personalities like Gooden and Lawrence Taylor, brought the city sporting glory while its celebrity wealthy added a tabloid-friendly touch of intrigue and national envy. Iconoclastic real estate developer Donald Trump gained national celebrity for his deal-making skill and the flaunting of his outsize ego. Even mayor Ed Koch had gained coast-to-coast fame and mention as a potential future president. Beneath the opulence was a tenuous foundation, one that collapsed spectacularly over the last half of the decade. Away from the cameras focused on the city's nouvelle riches, New York was beset by crisis after crisis--homelessness, AIDS, crack cocaine, organized crime. The swell of outrage over the unwillingness of the city elite to address those problems took years to finally reach a tipping point. Through interviews and detailed research, Greed and Glory gives the narrative of New York during these times, tracing the arc of its sports heroes and celebrities of that era, from their memorable highs to their ultimate lows.

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HOMOTHUG: THE SECRET LIFE OF RUDY GIULIANI
HOMOTHUG: THE SECRET LIFE OF RUDY GIULIANI
Unauthorized biography of Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. Rudy had the book removed from Amazon because it exposes him as a bisexual whose butt buddy was his childhood friend Alan Placa, a disgraced child molesting priest. In light of the revelations of coming out of Pennsylvania this book is relevant again. Child rape is rampant in the Catholic Church and according to the former Papal Nuncio Vigano there is a whole gay Mafia that has infiltrated the RC Church and they are calling the shots including getting Ratzinger to resign. Alan Placa is still a priest thanks to this gay Mafia and it is time the New York State Attorney General look into this even though the statute of limitations has cooked off. Placa was in charge of investigation allegations of child rape, can you believe that. The chicken hawk guarding the hen house. Recenly Placa officiated at Rudy's son's wedding. This book reveals the real Rudy, a crossdressing freak whose father was busted in a State Park Men's Room frequented by boys for offering to give one of the kids a blow job. Rudy's dad was a piece of work, he claimed he ran a bar when the only bar he ever owned was a tire iron he used when he was a Mafia enforced. His father was busted for finding this milkman that owed the mob money and taking what he owed from him forcibly. This occur ed at 96th St and Lexington Ave in Manhattan. And the man who bailed pops out was an investor in the 2nd Ave Subway long before the current one began construction. This book is not only a history of the pot-hating weasel but a history of the mob in New York City and New Jersey. Shoot, the U.S. Marshalls and the NYPD broke into my crib on the premise there was a gangbanger loose int he building when in reality they were looking for one of my sources who had gone underground. Rudy's new schtick is defending Donald Trump from charges of colluding with the Ruskies to fix the election. We find that Trump is a whore hound, who like Rudy, can't get enough sex partners (in his case women like Stormy Daniels) and who paid hookers to piss on each other in the Presidential Suite of a Moscow Hotel. So he is a sexual pervert like Rudy. There is a lot about Organized Crime in this book and the dudes named are still doing there thing in New Jersey.

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Rudy!: An Investigative Biography Of Rudy Giuliani
Rudy!: An Investigative Biography Of Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Guiliani. New York City's Mayor. America's Number One Cop. A municipal superhero who needs no phone booth. A politician of astonishing complexity whose full story has never been told. Until now. Guiliani has assumed mythic proportions, the can-do emblem of the new urban politics. He has been heralded as the ultimate turn-around artist - projecting himself as the reformer who single-handedly salvaged a crime-ridden and blighted New York. From his days in the Eighties as the Michael Milken-busting U.S. Attorney of Manhattan to his current purge of hundreds of thousands from his city's welfare rolls, Giuliani has targeted rich and poor with the same relentless certitude. This investigative biography starts with the college kid who confided his presidential dream to his girlfriend and practiced future campaign speeches in front of her at home. It analyzes his substantial impact as U.S. Attorney, badly wounding the Mafia, ransacking the white collared halls of Wall Street and forever changing the face of New York politics. It looks at his celebrated crime reduction and other achievements through a new lens, highlighting the single-mindedness that has made Giuliani one of America's most important and controversial figures. With two marriages as troubled and secretive as his family history, Giuliani is on every New Yorker's therapeutic couch, stirring feelings as intense as the ones that visibly boil inside of him. Though he has become a national legend, his re-election total in 1997 was the lowest in seventy-four years. Wayne Barrett, co-author of the bestselling City for Sale , draws on twenty years of reporting on Giuliani to bring us the most comprehensive and newsbreaking biography of a man of giant contradictions and unpredictable expectations.

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America's Mayor, America's President?: The Strange Career of Rudy Giuliani
America's Mayor, America's President?: The Strange Career of Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani’s admirably flinty response to the horrifying events of 9/11 made him a national hero, positioning him for big things to come — a run at the highest office — in the nation’s political life. However, the outpouring of praise for his performance after that grim day has obscured many uncomfortable facts about Giuliani, one of the most polarizing figures in the history of the Big Apple. America’s Mayor, America's President? collects original articles and reporting by some of New York’s most perceptive authors and reporters on Giuliani’s two terms as mayor. This revised and expanded edition includes such luminaries as Michael Powell on Rudy and race; Greg Sargent on his presidential chances and what kind of leader he would be; and Richie Steier discussing the messy Bernard Kerik affair. These, and nine other articles, have few illusions about Giuliani’s turbulent reign, offering an informative and entertaining corrective to today’s simplistic celebration of this complex, troubling figure.

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Rudy Giuliani: TIME Person of the Year 2001 (Singles Classic)
Rudy Giuliani: TIME Person of the Year 2001 (Singles Classic)
Sept. 11 was the day that Rudy Giuliani was supposed to begin the inevitable slide toward irrelevancy. It was primary-election day in the city, when people would go to the polls to begin choosing his successor. After two terms, his place in history seemed secure: great mayor, not-so-great guy. The first Republican to run the town in a generation, he had restored New York's spirit, cutting crime by two-thirds, moving 691,000 people off the welfare rolls, boosting property values and incomes in neighborhoods rich and poor, redeveloping great swaths of the city. But great swaths of the city were sick of him. People were tired of his Vesuvian temper and constant battles--against his political enemies, against some of his own appointees, against the media and city-funded museums, against black leaders and street vendors and jaywalkers. Fate had another idea. When the day of infamy came, Giuliani seized it as if he had been waiting for it all his life, taking on half a dozen critical roles and performing each masterfully. Improvising on the fly, he became America's homeland-security boss, giving calm, informative briefings about the attacks and the extraordinary response. He was the gutsy decision maker, balancing security against symbolism, overruling those who wanted to keep the city buttoned up tight, pushing key institutions--from the New York Stock Exchange to Major League Baseball--to reopen and prove that New Yorkers were getting on with life. He was the crisis manager, bringing together scores of major players from city, state and federal governments for marathon daily meetings that got everyone working together. And he was the consoler in chief, strong enough to let his voice brim with pain, compassion and love. When he said “the number of casualties will be more than any of us can bear,” he showed a side of himself most people had never seen.Giuliani's performance ensures that he will be remembered as the greatest mayor in the city's history, eclipsing even his hero, Fiorello La Guardia, who guided Gotham through the Great Depression. Giuliani's eloquence under fire has made him a global symbol of healing and defiance. He is TIME's 2001's Person of the Year.This story is part of the TIME Person of the Year Collection from Time Inc. This is a reproduction of a story that appeared in the December 31, 2001 issue of TIME magazine. Time Inc. is one of the world’s most influential media companies – home to 90 iconic brands like People, Sports Illustrated, Time, InStyle, Real Simple, Food & Wine, and Fortune. The Spotlight Stories in this collection aim to provide you with a quick read on a single subject, highlighting our readers’ most popular stories and featuring great reporting from our Time Inc. journalists.

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Leadership
Leadership
Five years after the publication of Leadership, America’s mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, enhances his extraordinary bestseller with a new introduction.Asserting his trademark beliefs in accountability, resistance to bullies, and the importance of national optimism, Giuliani offers his practical, common sense perspective on problems ranging from education to the environment, the war on terror to immigration

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The Full Rudy: The Man, the Myth, the Mania (Nation Books)
The Full Rudy: The Man, the Myth, the Mania (Nation Books)
In the wake of September 11th Rudolph Guiliani became "America's mayor." He is remembered for cutting crime, taking charge when the twin towers fell, and displaying leadership when others were overwhelmed. Named Time magazine's "Person of the Year" and knighted by Her Majesty the Queen, he now charges 100,000 a speech and is the frontrunner for the GOP ticket in 2008. But while Rudy wants to be President, this classic account by the late New York journalist Jack Newfield — who knew him for more than twenty years and had many private conversations with him — is a classic muckraking foray into Rudy's dark places. Newfield shows he is "a C-plus mayor…who has become an A-plus myth." Newfield talks to those who know Rudy best, revealing a portrait of an intolerant, authoritarian leader whose strengths are canceled out by "immense weaknesses of temperament, opportunism, and intolerance." This new edition of the award-winning book has a preface by best-selling author Joe Conason.

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