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Citizen Moore : the life and times of an American iconoclast

Author: Roger Rapoport
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : RDR Books, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Investigative reporter Rapoport examines the challenges, antics, and triumphs of Michael Moore as he rose to become one of the most popular political writer and movie producer of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Moore takes on corporate and government giants for the entertainment and enlightenment of the masses, and recently at least has managed to come out ahead financially more often than not. Annotation  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Michael Moore; Michael Moore
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Rapoport
ISBN: 1571431632 9781571431639
OCLC Number: 76894507
Description: 302 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Looking for Michael in all the wrong places --
Kodak moment with the Dixie Chicks (plus his Holiness) --
Fathers don't know best --
20 years of school and they don't put you on the day shift --
Voice over Escanaba --
They have planted a microphone in my bra and I can't get it out --
Thank's (sic) for asking if I'm interested in being editor of Mother Jones --
Blood in the face --
I left my unlawful termination lawsuit in San Francisco --
Nader evader --
You can take Mike out of Flint but you can't take Flint out of Mike --
Who is Mike Westfall and why is he saying these terrible things about me? --
Driving a stake through the heart of Reagan's America --
Not bringing home the bacon --
Not taking yest for an answer --
We bombed in Toronto --
Difficult client --
Thinking big --
No Republicans were harmed in the making of this show --
Cracking up --
Firing line --
You are the only person I've ever seen dive into a mosh pit and come out with his tie straight --
How much is the Uzi in the window? --
When you whiz upon a star --
Message from Michael --
November 2, 2004 --
You can't get into heaven without a permission slip from the poor --
Where money isn't everything --
Afterword: A to Z --
where are they now? --
THink about what you've done.
Responsibility: Roger Rapoport.

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Investigative reporter Rapoport examines the challenges, antics, and triumphs of Michael Moore as he rose to become one of the most popular political writer and movie producer of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Moore takes on corporate and government giants for the entertainment and enlightenment of the masses, and recently at least has managed to come out ahead financially more often than not. Annotation ♭2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

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