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Registered by freezone of Leominster, Massachusetts USA on 9/23/2023
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Journal Entry 1 by freezone from Leominster, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, September 23, 2023
When this book came out, Dan Rather got huge amounts of fan mail, some of which he shared on his Twitter feed. He is certainly a clear thinker and good communicator, so I'm hoping this book will be both thought-provoking and encouraging.

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Journal Entry 2 by freezone at Leominster, Massachusetts USA on Sunday, February 25, 2024
In his desire to speak meanningfully to people of all political persuasions, this book is sometimes a little vague, or tends to suggest equivalency on both sides of political questions. But there are hard lines of anti-democracy, anti-Americanism that he will not cross. It's a quick read, and inspiring. I hope the next reader enjoys it!

Journal Entry 3 by freezone at -- Wild, Somewhere In Brooklyn in Brooklyn, New York USA on Sunday, February 25, 2024

Released 1 mo ago (2/25/2024 UTC) at -- Wild, Somewhere In Brooklyn in Brooklyn, New York USA


In a Brooklyn Little Free Library, don't remember where. Somewhere in Williamsburg, near the Public Library and Brooklyn History Center.

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