Tsk Tsk! Not only is this ABRIDGED, but the narration is pedestrian.
Any one interested in American politics in the 1950's
I Thought she did a great job!
Interesting onsite views of the 1950;s political messes
"vagaries of the market place"
those were interesting days...I was more interested in the political aspects of those "kilroy was here" days....
It s today's news
complex mixture of religlion poltics and sex
final moments sending our selves the "great beyond"
Thank you ms Garafalo...and of course Mr. Buckley
I ave listened to this once a year since it first came online.. my ribs hurt from laughing.
Surprisingly moving., touching..
There is more to Keith and friends than Woodstock Nation---LIFE is actually moving, richly described...and a chance to see, hear and understand how much our culture and our music was enriched during their years. Give it a try...but don't start it as you are going to sleep....you will be awake all night!
GREAT and GREAT....
Keith caring for his son
DON'T MISS LIFE!!
I'm a fan of C.Buckley. Love how he uses irony to poke fun at government--both conservative and liberal. And Ann Heche was a surprise to me. I cannot imagine any other narrator so fully capturing our "heroine"'s essence. And she "GOT" Buckley's point of view to the letter. I'm thinking of "gifting" Ms. Sotomayer with the audio book. I'm sure she'd get a kick out of it. Sure, the legal constraints, rules, cases are all fictionalized, but that's the fun. That's the ART! Have fun with this book!
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