Book review: ‘Dealing With China: An Insider Unmasks the New Economic Superpower,’ by Henry PaulsonThe Honorable Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
By Karina Wetherbee (original source Summit Daily News)
“For most people, the name Henry Paulson conjures up images of Sunday morning talk shows during the financial crisis of 2008, or of the former U.S. Treasury Secretary’s tidy scrawl across the bottom of a $20 bill. But, to a significant number of Summit County locals, “Hank” Paulson is a friend from the early days, a familiar sight alongside his wife, Wendy, at holiday family gatherings or on his favorite hiking trails and ski slopes.
In recent years, Paulson has authored two books, adding to his already weighty résumé. “On the Brink” details the intense months as Treasury Secretary during this nation’s most recent and devastating economic downturn, and his latest book, “Dealing With China: An Insider Unmasks the New Economic Superpower” discusses, in great detail, the importance of maintaining a lively and evolving relationship with China. There is some overlap between the two, as “Dealing With China” follows Paulson’s decades-long, transformative relationship with the world’s largest, and arguably most complex, nation, touching on periods in his life before, during and after his stint as part of the Bush White House team.”
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