I TALK AS I LIKE by Boake Carter

I TALK AS I LIKE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A popular radio commentator here presents the cream of his radio discussions on current problems. Selection of material deals with general questions rather than actual news items and current events, and in the course of the chapters one gets a comprehensive viewpoint of his angle on China, Spain, Honolulu, England, specific bills before Congress, kidnapping, the corner on helium gas, etc. One gets an impression of more seasoned thought and less scareheads than one gets in listening to him on the air. Dramatic in method, but steady and sound on basic problems.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1937
Publisher: Dodge