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  • A Self-Made Man: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1849 | Sidney Blumenthal

    A Self-Made Man: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1849

    • UNABRIDGED (21 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Sidney Blumenthal
    • Narrated By Arthur Morey
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    The first of a multivolume history of Lincoln as a political genius - from his obscure beginnings to his presidency, his assassination, and the overthrow of his post-Civil War dreams of Reconstruction. This first volume traces Lincoln from his painful youth, describing himself as "a slave", to his emergence as the man we recognize as Abraham Lincoln.

    Amazon Customer says: "I Can't Wait for Volume II!"
  • This Town | Sidney Blumenthal

    This Town

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 33 mins)
    • By Sidney Blumenthal
    • Narrated By Richard Kind, Gates McFadden
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    Sidney Blumenthal, White House presidential adviser, renowned journalist and author of numerous books on American politics, takes us inside the well-groomed Washington Press Corps, who yawn when they hear about peace treaties - but snap to attention at the chance to uncover a little dirt on the First Dog.

    Talia says: "A Snarky Look at Washington, D.C. Media"
  • Banner Season | Sidney Blumenthal

    Banner Season

    • UNABRIDGED (4 mins)
    • By Sidney Blumenthal
    • Narrated By Mark Schectman
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    On a windy afternoon in February 1959, 14-year-old Craig Wade scooped up what seemed to be a crumpled rag that was blowing, tumbleweed style, across a railroad track in his hometown, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He later told a local newspaper that he simply “likes to save things.”

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