Strength and Compassion

Strength and Compassion

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name = Strength and Compassion
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author = Eric Greitens
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country = usa
language = English
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genre = Photography
publisher = Leading Authorities Press
release_date =
October 20, 2008
media_type = Print (hardcover
pages = 176 pp (first edition, hardcover)
isbn = ISBN 978-0971007802 (first edition, hardcover)
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"Strength and Compassion" is a collection of photographs and essays by Eric Greitens. Published in 2008 ["Amazon.com: Strength and Compassion: Photographs and Essays by Eric Greitens". Amazon.com. 23 Sep 2008. .] , it is Greitens' first book and contains a foreword by Paul Rusesabagina, depicted in the film Hotel Rwanda by Don Cheadle, and an introduction by Bobby Muller, co-founder of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines.

ee also

Eric Greitens

Paul Rusesabagina and the film Hotel Rwanda

References

External links

* [http://www.ericgreitens.com | EricGreitens.com]
* [http://www.citizenleadership.org | Center for Citizen Leadership]
* [http://www.leadingauthorities.com/24413/Eric_Greitens.htm | Leading Authorities: Eric Greitens]


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