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Lee Iacocca Writing Styles in Iacocca: An Autobiography

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The perspective of the book is the perspective of the author, Lee Iacocca. The book is written in the first person point of view, which is appropriate for this kind of book. The book is Lee Iacocca's autobiography, with Lee Iacocca telling his own story. He explains the problems and obstacles that he faced and how he solved them. Iacocca is writing from his own personal experience. He explains why he did the things that he did and how he did them. Along the way, he presents his own views on things like communications, style of management and dealing with people. Since the book is his own autobiography, he is ultimately qualified to write the book. He is a graduate of Lehigh University and Princeton University, which gave him his background for business and the skills he used as he climbed the corporate ladder and saved Chrysler from...

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