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“A popular chronicler of life and lore vividly charts a particularly pivotal season in American history. . . . Bryson’s American pride saturates this rewarding book. A distinctively drawn time capsule from a definitive epoch.”
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review by . July 29, 2013
American History constantly surprises when I read about it. In school, we only went over the large and important actions and people, and that's why many folks find it boring. I have discovered, through my reading, that American history is a varied and quite interesting subject. This book is a perfect example of what I mean.      The author takes us through much of 1927, and shows us the events and personalities who made that a most interesting year. First and foremost, of …
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