The stories regarding the Korean War. I never studied that conflict very deeply
I chose this book because I knew nothing about MacArthur (beyond the superficial) and I had a project which was going to be tedious and long. I wanted a long audio book. This book pleasantly surprised me, and I enjoyed it. Caveat: I enjoy military history and psychological breakdowns, and this book delves deep into these. It may not be for everyone. Good history, though.
The frank discussion of the relative ease that humans can expire
The preserve nice of Hall when everyone else thought he was dead.
Yes. It's a compelling history of government abuse of power
Local feel of desolation and the rough hewn life.
A good analysis of the real estate meltdown, which is overall in line with how I remember things going down.
This was my first audiobook, and I've been chasing similar ones ever since. Well done book.
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