mostly you will not care where these people were or what they thought especially if, like me, you actually remember it
not at all
not at all
most of it, pamphlet
no, thats pretty hard on a book already
made by a woman I spoke with for 4 hours on the phone and never again, no reason given
she said mistake, I say mistake to get this.
By the way no bad words exchanged..none.
It did not have any real information on what to do...i.e..look at the result
Tatkin was fine
it wasn't awful. I listened to it so we would have a new topic of discussion
dont take advice on books from women you dont know....I figure it goes for men as well
yes, told a lot about how baseball was in the late 50's and 60's I remember Mr. Law quite well
Law was a quality man and a quality player both
a topic we discussed frequently at home. Explains well why the government acted as it did
This was a very isolationist country and we were not interested in getting involved
a new reader to the topic
information was not "secret" Not even odd, a book for a beginner
if you have read Foote, McPherson or Catton you wont like this
sometimes we forget Mr. Ventura has a side of intellectual presentation. He shows it off well
many examples were new and made sense
Oswald..a difficult character to capture There is no way a 24 yr old kid has this much intelligence and keeps his cool so well unless he knows his back is covered
yes it was
yes, a new take on an old topic well worth it
nothing new, there are lots of books on this topic
only for an insomnia channel
buy a different one
Blood on the Moon, more detailed about the conspirators, Mr. O'Reilly and Dr. Dugard capture the battles of the Civil War as well as Shelby Foote
The battle for the long bridge over the Appomattox River ..ferocity with just hours to go..there is always a point in a war when one side must know the cause is lost. Lee knew this in Petersburg, making the losses of end of 1864 and 1865 a tragic waste
Absolutely. Had the pleasure of meeting Bill in person, a history teacher himself, he makes it interesting on any level
I am glad Mr. O'Reilly is into straight history now, although I enjoyed all of his books. The next one on JFK if done like this will be great.
Yes, I find the author to be quite creditable about delivery and accent. It is very good.
That LBJ was as bad as he was. My grandfather told me this when I was 9..(I am 59 now with a PhD in history) I am amazed at this man.
He knows the subject very well.
The treachery of LBJ, that he would actually kill people?
I like this very much
Yes. new information presented very well.
His poor treatment of his wife..while I can see his aspirations and growth away so that a second Cuban Missile Crisis never happened, he never got it right at home, and home is the foundation of the family.
His big wins in WI and WV where Jackie is virtually ignored.
Neither. Nothing funny about brains on a trunk of a car.
Good stories about the WW2 JFK. He DID do these things, he did not have to.
His book While England Slept had it right.
Profiles in Courage whether he or Francis Bacon wrote it, gets it right, also.
As a physician, I cannot see that he would have lived out a second term.
I think he knew he had limited time. Using Marilyn Monroe for some of it was just bad for his family, not for him.
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