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Taken for Granted by Gianno Caldwell
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Nov 12, 2019 | ISBN 9780593134924

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“Caldwell’s remarkably inspiring story not only provides a pathway to success for anyone forced to overcome the odds in life, it also lays out a road map for any Republican who aspires to win back the trust and loyalty of the African American community. A must-read.”—Brian Kilmeade, bestselling author of Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers
“Caldwell speaks for so many still struggling in America. His fresh look deserves attention. Those who want to turn our country around and bring vital conservative values back into our communities should read this book.”—Kay Coles James, president of the Heritage Foundation
“Caldwell has written a gripping page-turner that reads more like a script for a movie than a political treatise, but that’s what it is. If you think you’ve read this book beforeyou haven’t. It’s important, new, fascinating, and fun. We’d live in a better world if there were more books like this.”—Ann Coulter, bestselling author of Resistance Is Futile!
“Caldwell’s story is a must-read for all Americans seeking to better their lives. He’s an inspirational figure.”—Ben Shapiro, bestselling author of The Right Side of History
“Caldwell is a fresh, thought-provoking voice that is important and inspirational. His take on the obstacles facing urban communities and how he beat the odds is a must-read.”—Newt Gingrich, bestselling author and former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
“This book shows how self-determination and other ‘good old-fashioned’ values can change your outcome. Caldwell didn’t sit back and wait for a break, but went out and created his own. In this book, he now reaches back, showing others the way.”—Clarence Cox III, former president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives

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