Liberty for All celebrates America's most beloved symbol- the Statue of Liberty- through the eyes of photographer Peter B. Kaplan, and the words of Lee Iacocca. This handsome volume, resplendent with magnificent photographs and lively text, brings to life the world-famous monument, from its humble birth in France, where it was conceived as a gift to America, to its role as a welcoming beacon for immigrants and as a symbol of freedom for people everywhere.
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For the past 25 years, the name Lee Iacocca has been a familiar entity on the American landscape. From his days at Ford Motor Company where he introduced the Mustang to his rescue of Chrysler Corporation as its Chairman and later to his authorship of two best-selling books, Lee Iacocca personifies America's "can-do" spirit. It was this same spirit that in 1982 led President Reagan to appoint him head of a citizens group to restore the Statue of Liberty.
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Book Description Miller Pub Inc, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110966333713