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Catherine

Catherine New Orleans, LA, United States Member Since 2009
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  • "Great use of audiobook format and p..."

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    Listening to this book is such a wonderful and unique experience I can't imagine what it is like to read it in print. Much of the power of the material would be lost. Taking Charge is made for the audiobook format. It is a great use of primary source historical materials. Beschloss sets up each snippet of LBJ's conversation and then you get to hear LBJ himself. Fascinating and fun. Great listening.

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    Taking Charge: The Johnson White House Tapes, 1963-1964

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    • By Michael R. Beschloss
    • Narrated By Michael R. Beschloss
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    Taking Charge brings you into the room with an American political legend, still hated and revered a quarter century after his death. We hear Lyndon Johnson as he schemes and blusters, rewards and punishes, and reveals a bedrock core of unshakable political beliefs.

    Amanda says: "Great as an audiobook"
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    What I enjoyed most about Senator Obama's speech is that he not only hit on the key points of what he plans to do if elected, but he also stated what he expects from the American people and the role we can have in solving the issues.

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  • "The Last Presidential Debate 04"

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    this was indeed a great debate, which focused on health care and taxes. i highly recommend downloading or streaming this debate.

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    Brandon says: "The Last Presidential Debate 04"

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