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Author: Susan Stamberg
Publisher: New York : Turtle Bay Books, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of Stamberg's interviews and reports from the National Public Radio show "All Things Considered."
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Stamberg
ISBN: 0679411089 9780679411086
OCLC Number: 27108904
Description: xviii, 380 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1971 - Vietnam protests and the May Day arrests . . . Ernest Hemingway's friend . . . Dick Gregory fasting for peace --
1972 - Private/public advice from Haim Ginott on child-rearing . . . doubts cast on the last Apollo moon landing --
1973 - In the year of Watergate, Frances Moore Lappe tells us how to eat --
1974 - The feminist revolution attends Rhoda's wedding . . . the American family in the seventies, and the Louds of Santa Barbara --
1975 - Starting kindergarten . . . two gun incidents involving President Gerald Ford --
1976 - John Ehrlichman on Watergate . . . Margot Fonteyn, ballet, and stage fright . . . the fourth Mrs. Ernest Hemingway --
1977 - Garrison Keillor's network debut . . . Marilyn French on (off, really) men . . . David Mamet before Broadway . . . a literary scam involving J. D. Salinger . . . my favorite interview. 1978 - The Hite retort . . . Ethel Merman . . . Tom Wolfe writing radio . . . the difference between men and women, according to Lois Gould . . . our dwindling attention spans, and some public consequences thereof --
1979 - Happy birthday, Fred Astaire . . . Harold Stassen runs for president . . . South Africa in the novels of Nadine Gordimer . . . radio, still photography, and Lord Snowdon --
1980 - Inventing Velcro . . . the secret of a long marriage . . . Nancy Reagan runs for the White House . . . aerophobics . . . writing obituaries --
1981 - The hostages come home to Ronald Reagan's America . . . Dave Brubeck at my piano . . . imperialism and Babar --
1982 - Laughing at the Cold War . . . Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish . . . revelations from Craig Claiborne . . . the death and life of dentist Barney Clark --
1983 - Women in the newsroom and the First Radio Lady . . . Picasso and Matisse, described by a friend . . . learning to write . . . A Chorus Line's lyricist. 1984 - America meets Geraldine Ferraro . . . Philip Roth and the Jewish problem . . . Rosa Parks tells her story . . . identifying the Liberal Menace . . . The Cripple Liberation Front Marching Band Blues . . . crossword puzzles --
1985 - James Baldwin prefigures the Los Angeles riots . . . dancing with Arthur Murray . . . an AIDS awakening . . . George Stevens, director . . . the International Women's Conference in Nairobi . . . the great white hunter . . . photographing the homeless --
1986 - The PEN Congress and literary first lines . . . population, five billion . . . the incorrigible Racehoss . . . the death of Kim Williams --
1987 - Radio ethics and Miss Jane Goodall . . . Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter . . . armchair travels with M.F.K. Fisher --
1988 - New York magazine turns twenty . . . Elia Kazan, HUAC, and the art of directing . . . exasperation, redemption, and Helen Frankenthaler. 1989 - Changes observed in Eastern Europe and on the sidewalks of New York . . . Barbara Bush at the White House --
1990 - Speaking out on breast cancer . . . Helen Hayes and a life in theatre . . . the first anniversary of the Velvet Revolution --
1991 - Francoise Gilot's life with Picasso . . . working on Morning Edition and the inventor of the transistor . . . the grace of Andre Dubus . . . picturing Annie Leibovitz . . . the search for poetry in Washington.
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