Quiet Diplomat

Peter Golden's Quiet Diplomat, a biography of industrialist and political-insider Max M. Fisher made The Detroit Free Press bestseller list. Among those he interviewed were Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush; Secretaries of State Kissinger, Haig, and Shultz; and Israeli Prime Ministers Shamir, Peres, and Rabin. Chapter 1, Quiet Diplomat

Critical Acclaim for Quiet Diplomat

A meticulously researched and gracefully written book. . . . it gives us a concrete view of the emergence of American Jews into the mainstream of national politics since World War II.
— Commentary
Much more than the story of a remarkable individual. Because Max Fisher has been such a key figure for the last several decades. . . his life’s works reflect the drama—the anguish as well as the triumphs—of a tumultuous period. Quiet Diplomat is a welcome refresher course in recent political and Jewish history.
— Moment
Quiet Diplomat is a story about genesis. And like Genesis, it is breathtaking.
— Shimon Peres Former Prime Minister of Israel
This well-titled biography is a rewarding account of [Fisher’s] profound influence and achievements.
— George Shultz Former U.S. Secretary of State