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Courage To Stand
Tim Pawlenty

Tyndale House Publishers
January 2011
On Sale: January 1, 2011
320 pages
ISBN: 1414345720
EAN: 9781414345727
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Non-Fiction Memoir

Long before he was considered a top prospective presidential candidate for 2012-even before he landed on John McCain's short list of potential running mates in 2008-Governor Tim Pawlenty had already earned legendary status in conservative circles. In his hard-left-leaning home state of Minnesota, the man known as "T-Paw" somehow erased a $4.8-billion budget deficit while simultaneously reforming health care, creating jobs, improving education, and supporting renewable energy reform--all without raising taxes.

In Courage to Stand, Pawlenty reveals, for the first time, how he found the resolve to get the job done, taking readers all the way back to the lessons he learned as a boy in the gritty meatpacking town of South St. Paul. From the devastating early death of his mother to the struggle to work his way through college and law school and his epic political battles as governor, Pawlenty opens up about his deepest beliefs and shares his vision for a better America.

Media Buzz

On The Media - April 26, 2014
Colbert Report - September 6, 2011
All Things Considered - April 25, 2011
Daily Show with Jon Stewart - January 12, 2011
Good Morning America - January 11, 2011
The View - January 11, 2011


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