Konstantinos Karamanlis was "truly a great statesman." Although he was distant, lonely and extremely sparing in caressing the ears of the people, he was inspiring trust because he was consistent with his words and deeds. He was the leader that connected his name with the modern Greek history, with the restoration of democracy, with the accession of Greece to the European Union, with the recovery of the economy and with the recognition of the country into the international political arena.
By Xeni Baloti. 90 pages. Hard cover.