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  • We Can All Do Better | Bill Bradley

    We Can All Do Better

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Bill Bradley
    • Narrated By Peter Ganim, Bill Bradley
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    In We Can All Do Better, for the first time since the financial meltdown and since the worst of the intensifying political gridlock, Bill Bradley offers his own concise, powerful, and highly personal review of the state of the nation. He argues that government is not the problem. He criticizes the role of money and politics, explains how continuing on our existing foreign policy, electoral, and economic paths will mean a diminished future, and lays out exactly what needs to be done to reverse course.

    PTR says: "In Defense of American Liberalism"
  • Dynasty’s End: Bill Russell and the 1968-69 World Champion Boston Celtics | Thomas J. Whalen,Bill Bradley (foreword)

    Dynasty’s End: Bill Russell and the 1968-69 World Champion Boston Celtics

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Thomas J. Whalen, Bill Bradley (foreword)
    • Narrated By David Cohen
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    In this vivid and lively account, Thomas J. Whalen chronicles Russell's memorable last season and the Celtics' dazzling triumph. Set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s and Boston's own turbulent and bitter struggles with race, he tells the fascinating story of how an improbable championship team overcame poor health, indifferent fans, disruptive personnel changes, and internal morale problems. Whalen recounts how Russell transformed the game of basketball during his remarkable career and revisits the outspoken superstar's conflicted relationship with Boston.

  • Coach: 25 Writers Reflect on People Who Made a Difference | Andrew Blauner,Bill Bradley

    Coach: 25 Writers Reflect on People Who Made a Difference

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Andrew Blauner, Bill Bradley
    • Narrated By Robin Bloodworth, Brian Troxell, Marianne Fraulo, and others
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    Twenty-five celebrated writers share the inspiring words and timeless wisdom of the athletic coaches who changed and influenced their lives and pass on the sage advice they received.

  • The New American Story | Bill Bradley

    The New American Story

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Bill Bradley
    • Narrated By Michael Prichard
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    Bill Bradley believes that America is at a crossroads, a "teachable moment" in which we are compelled to reevaluate our political system and leadership. With clarity and urgency, Bradley outlines the story we are being told now about who we are and what is possible for our nation. He then offers a new story, including what changes need to be made, and suggests that the party that chooses to embrace this new story will be in power for a generation.

    Kathleen says: "Outstanding"
  • How America Can Make Brotherhood Work | Bill Bradley

    How America Can Make Brotherhood Work

    • UNABRIDGED (11 mins)
    • By Bill Bradley
    • Narrated By Chris Sorensen
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    Although poverty and violence persisted, I witnessed the dismantlement of the legal architecture of segregation and a rise in the fortunes of Americans of all races. But I saw something else evolve, too - something disturbing. Despite our great advances, people of different races simply don't talk candidly to each other about race. There is no genuine communication about our differences or our shared values, and, even more sadly, there seems to be a growing lack of interest in trying.

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