Iacocca: An Autobiography
is Lee Iacocca's best selling autobiography, co-authored with William Novak and originally published in 1984. Most of the book is taken up with reminiscences of Iacocca's career in the car industry, first with Ford, then Chrysler. The hugely successful autobiography was best selling non-fiction hardcover book of 1984 and 1985.
The final portion of the book, titled "Straight Talk", consists of (among other things) rhetoric arguing for legislation compelling Americans to wear seatbelts.
Publication Date: 6/1/1986
Nr of Pages: 384