Yes, I may listen to it again. The story was fascinating about a woman born before WWII who manages against many odds to make a career in a male field while raising two bi racial children in racist countries.
It is also an Americana story, life in Kansas and how people move about the country.
And it tells us a lot about Barack Obama and how he got to be who he is? Want to know Barack Obama? Forget D-nish's projections. Read this book
As an American story about a singular person it reminded me of Ron Reagan's My Father At 100. I enjoyed them both and gained a lot of insight.
No, too long, although I would listen to it going from North Carolina to New Jersey. It would make the time fly.
Ron Reagan writes and narrates a compelling story of his father, the 40th president that is meaningful to Conservatives and Liberals alike.
Reagan, a Liberal radio commentator in Seattle has a flair for story and helps us to understand his Conservative President, the icon of the Right, who wouldn't be Right enough today.
This traces the family history back to Ireland so we learn some European history also
Well worth the time and money
I listened to this while driving from New Jersey to North Carolina so it basically was one sitting. It made the trip fly by.
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