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David Aikman (born 1944, Surrey, England), is a best-selling author, journalist, and foreign policy consultant. Aikman graduated from Oxford University’s Worcester College in 1965 and gained a PhD from the University of Washington in Russian and Chinese history in 1979. He worked as a journalist for Time Magazine from 1971 to 1994, during which he reported on nearly all the major historical events of the time.
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David Aikman Audio Books. Sort by. Alphabetical (A-Z) Alphabetical (Z-A) Author Name Recently Added Most Popular. The great souls chronicled by Aikman, a former senior correspondent for Time magazine, are Billy Graham, Mother Teresa, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Pope John Paul II, Elie Wiesel, and Nelson Mandela. 2. Billy Graham: His Life and Influence.
These beautifully written profiles-based on personal interviews with some of these "great souls"-provide the reader with models of excellence that will delight the mind and lift the spirit. As a senior journalist with Time magazine, David Aikman witnessed some of the most important world events and interviewed many of the prominent global power figures of his time
David Aikman profiles six extraordinary people who have changed the century by modeling essential, undeniable virtues. I am sure reading this wonderful book by a great author, David Aikman, made me a better person. The greatest gift any author can give.
David Aikman profiles six extraordinary people who have changed the century by modeling essential, undeniable virtues. With amazing insight, respected journalist David Aikman examines the lives of Mother Theresa, Nelson Mandela, Billy Graham, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Pope John Paul II and Elie Wiesel in this book about greatness for a generation without heroes.
COMPILED FROM HIS WEB PAGE AND BOOK JACKETS:David Aikman, former Time magazine Beijing bureau chief, is an author, journalist, and foreign policy consultant. He has written for several magazines as well as publishing books.