Ben: A Memoir, from Street Kid to Governor

Ben: A Memoir, from Street Kid to Governor
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BEN: A Memoir, was named Samuel M. Kamakau 2010 Hawaii Book of the Year by the Association of Book Publishers Hawaii. The book also received the association Ka Palapala Po’okela Award in nonfiction books, the highest award in the category.

a miserable childhood in the rough neighborhood of Honolulu Kalihi his two terms as Governor’s House, Washington Square, the story of Ben Cayetano delivers a fascinating look at Hawaii yesterday and These days ‘hui: the ethnic vote, Hawaiian sovereignty, the Bishop Estate, the tragedy of 9-11 and backstage manipulation by politicians and business leaders. Here is a rare glimpse behind the scenes, an unshakable memory with particular medications such, said with warmth and sincerity in his own words.

“… An exhibition revealing the chopper policy of compromise and betrayal, loyalty and courage, fear and anger.” Neil Abercrombie U.S. Congress

“Throughout my 20 years covering politics, was Ben Cayetano Ben: A Memoir, from Street Kid to Governor

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