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  • How Civilizations Die (and Why Islam Is Dying Too) | David Goldman

    How Civilizations Die (and Why Islam Is Dying Too)

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By David Goldman
    • Narrated By Tom Weiner
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    Past and present civilizations failed and fail for many reasons, but the number-one predictor of a civilization’s survival is its sense of religion—or lack thereof. So argues David Goldman in How Civilizations Die (and Why Islam Is Dying Too). The strength of a civilization’s religion affects its purpose, its fertility rate, and ultimately, its fate, says Goldman—who then argues that, contrary to popular belief, Islamic countries are in the last throes of death while Christian America is in a position to flourish.

    Darcy says: "Is this really the future?"
  • A Father's Love | David Goldman

    A Father's Love

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By David Goldman
    • Narrated By David Goldman
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    The inspiring, heart-rending story of a father's unwavering love for his son. David Goldman and his Brazilian wife, Bruna Bianchi, led what appeared to be a happy life in New Jersey. But in June 2004, Bianchi took their four-year-old son, Sean, to Brazil for what she said would be a two- week vacation. Once there, she informed Goldman that she was staying in Brazil-and keeping Sean, setting in motion an international controversy that would eventually reach the highest levels of the U.S. and Brazilian governments. It would be almost five years before David saw Sean again.

    Anthony Freyberg says: "Fighting for Your Son."
  • The New Yorker, March 19th 2012 (Francisco Goldman, David Owen, Sasha Frere-Jones) | Francisco Goldman,David Owen,Sasha Frere-Jones

    The New Yorker, March 19th 2012 (Francisco Goldman, David Owen, Sasha Frere-Jones)

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    • By Francisco Goldman, David Owen, Sasha Frere-Jones
    • Narrated By Dan Bernard, Christine Marshall
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    "Taking Control", by Margaret Talbot; "Free Fighting", by Kelefa Sanneh; "Great Expectations?", by James Surowiecki; "Children of the Dirty War", by Francisco Goldman; "Scars", by David Owen; "Diamond Dancers", by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Not Child’s Play", by Anthony Lane.

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