Elizabeth Warren’s rise as one of America’s most powerful women is a stirring lesson in persistence. From her fierce support of the middle class to her unapologetic response to political bullies, Warren is known as a passionate yet plain-speaking champion of equity and fairness. In the wake of one fellow senator’s effort to silence her in 2016, three words became a rallying cry across the country:
Nevertheless, she persisted . . .
In this breakthrough biography, bestselling author Antonia Felix carries readers from Warren’s hardscrabble roots in Norman, Oklahoma, to her career as one of the nation’s most distinguished legal scholars and experts on the economics of working Americans. Felix reveals how Warren brought her expertise to Washington to become an icon of progressive politics in a deeply divided nation, and weaves together never-before-told stories from those who have journeyed with Warren from Oklahoma to the halls of power.
Antonia Felix IS the NEW York Times bestselling author OF 17 nonfiction books. She has appeared ON many major media outlets including CNN, Fox, NPR, TIME, AND Newsweek. Antonia serves ON the advisory board OF Women’s Freedom Forum, an educational ORGANIZATION affiliated WITH the United Nations that provides information about women’s rights IN the Middle East AND Iran. IN that ROLE she has conducted research AND moderated briefings AT the U.S. Senate AND U.S. House OF Representatives. She lives IN Minneapolis.