Book pak Books on Tape 1999
CS ISBN 0736645691 $224.00 Twenty-eight cassettes
"Time has a way of blurring the edges of details that once were sharp . . ." writes Ketchum. This 800-page book has details to slice a smug patriot's hand. The home of the brave made every effort to turn its back on the European trouble. Charles Lindbergh--the recipient of a Nazi medal--wrote and spoke frequently on the virtues of isolationism. And he was listened to. When a man interrupted an America First rally held on December 7, 194l, to tell of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he was hooted down and removed from the audience. Barrett Whitener has a clear, strong voice and reads here with as much inflection as is proper for serious history. B.H.C. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/JUL 00]
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