Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2004
CS ISBN 0739308610 $25.00 Three cassettes
CD ISBN 0739308629 $27.50 Four CDs
DD ISBN 0739308637 $17.50
Michael Medved grins a wholesome grin through his self-righteous litany on his own political and cultural activism. In a response to the lessons of his own life, his positions include a newfound belief in the nobleness of police after his stereo is stolen, a faith-based anti-abortion stance inspired by his wife's miscarriages, and a stand against divorce after his own divorce. Through it all, Medved stalwartly marches on, an Orthodox Jewish soldier. Proudly pandering his ethos through his weekly movie review program on PBS, Medved has an epiphany as Rush Limbaugh's substitute host and launches his own rabidly right-wing radio show. Labeling those who disagree with his religiously fundamental politicking as "stubbornly insistent" on their own views, Medved's audiobook is the pure propaganda of a man on a mission. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/MAY 05]
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