Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice was the sixty-sixth U.S. secretary of state and the first black woman to hold that office. She was also the first woman to serve as national security advisor. She has served as provost of Stanford University and was the Soviet and East European Affairs advisor to the president of the United States during the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Condoleezza Rice

Books by Condoleezza Rice

by Condoleezza Rice - History, Nonfiction, Politics

Having written a bestselling memoir of her upbringing, EXTRAORDINARY, ORDINARY PEOPLE, Rice now follows up with the long-anticipated chronicle of her years in the Bush administration as national security adviser and secretary of state.