The Glory and the Dream chronicles the progress of life in the United States, from the time William Manchester and his generation reached the beginning of awareness in the desperate summer of '32 to President Nixon's Second Inaugural Address and the opening scenes of Watergate. Masterfully compressing four crowded decades of our history, Manchester relives the epic, significant, or just memorable events that befell the generation of Americans whose lives pivoted between the America before and the America after the Second World War.
©1974 William Manchester; (P)1994 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
While I liked what it had to say, the narrator was way way too fast in his delivery,and the narrator tends to stop in mid sentence and continue further on in the book. I don't reccomend this book because of this alone, otherwise it would be a 4 or 5 star to me.
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