Great book. So much of what happened during this time was never shared with me. I did not grow up during this time frame but I had a pedestal view of JFK and MLK. I was amazed with the behind the scenes of the President and his successes and failures. This was a great read. Bill O'Reilly is such a great narrator! I also listened to Killing Lincoln, however, Killing Kennedy was closer to my generation. I can wait for the next book that comes out.
This book has so much valuable information, however, I found myself wishing I had the book to reference it afterwards. Dick Morris seems like he knows his stuff. This book has so much info about all the different countries out there. I love how when he tells us how we are being Screwed he then gives us a way out. I always remember being told, if you don't have a solution to a problem don't complain about it. The narrator was good but not great.
I would definitely listen to this book again. In fact, I started to listen again to hear things I might have missed the first time. I believe this book is for everyone. It's principles are not area specific. I think families would benefit a lot from this book.
Towards the end of the book he describes his life while writing a book. He lived in Hawaii and spent a lot of time cultivating his relationship with his wife. The way he describes this time is very intriguing.
No, I knew I would need to listen to this book across many opportunities.
Do all the things he asks you to do in the book while you are listening to it. I think this would help you grasp more of the benefits to this book. Even if its a little effort. It will help.
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