A Promised Land: Obama’s memoir spends too much time on the moral high ground

The former US president settles no scores in the first volume of his latest autobiography, which is to its detriment

6th December, 2020
A Promised Land: Obama’s memoir spends too much time on the moral high ground
Barack Obama: the former US president doesn’t even mention Donald Trump until well into the final quarter of the book. Picture: Getty

[Memoir]

A Promised Land

By Barack Obama

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