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by Art Buchwald

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ISBN:
0399128417
Author:
Art Buchwald
Language:
English
Publisher:
G. P. Putnam's Sons; First Edition edition (1983)
Pages:
334 pages
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1894 kb
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1460 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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While Reagan Slept Hardcover – October 14, 1983. Art Buchwald wrote some funny stuff, and he was a good Lefty-Liberal of his time. by. Art Buchwald (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. He was looked on with favor by the New York Times and the other fine Liberal publications then, too. I can't remember if Art was still alive to see the Soviet Union collapse due to the efforts of Ronald Reagan. Because he liked the perks of Lefty-dom, he probably wouldn't change any of his published opinions, though. An amusing little book, written with a typical Lefty-Liberal viewpoint.

While Reagan Slept Mass Market Paperback – December 12, 1987.

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Art Buchwald at the Miami Book Fair International in 1989. While in Paris, Buchwald became the only correspondent to substantively interview Elvis Presley, most notably at the Prince de Galles Hotel, where the soon-to-be Sgt. Presley was staying during a week-end off from his Army stint in Germany.

Art Buchwald at the Miami Book Fair International of 1989. Art Buchwald was born to an Austrian-Hungarian Jewish immigrant family. He was the son of Joseph Buchwald, a curtain manufacturer, and Helen Klineberger, who later spent 35 years in a mental hospital

Art Buchwald at the Miami Book Fair International of 1989. He was the son of Joseph Buchwald, a curtain manufacturer, and Helen Klineberger, who later spent 35 years in a mental hospital.

Art Buchwald, American nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, humorist, author (Have I Ever Lied to You, I'll Always Have Paris, King for a Day, Leaving Home, Too Soon to Say Goodbye and While Reagan Slept).

Art Buchwald, American nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, humorist, author (Have I Ever Lied to You, I'll Always Have Paris, King for a Day, Leaving Home, Too Soon to Say Goodbye and While Reagan Slept) and Pulitzer Prize winner (1982), was born on October 20, 1925. American mystery novelist Frederic Dannay was born on October 20, 1905.

Art Buchwald was born to a Austrian-Hungarian Jewish family.

A portrait of Ronald Reagan by the noted Washington columnist and humorist observes the fortieth president of the United States while he sleeps
  • Anarius
A humorous and insightful look at the events of the Reagan years from the inimitable Art Buchwald. Highly recommended for anyone who lived through the Reagan era as well as for those who want to learn more about that time period - and laugh a lot, too.
  • Zodama
Art Buchwald wrote some funny stuff, and he was a good Lefty-Liberal of his time. He was looked on with favor by the New York Times and the other fine Liberal publications then, too. I can't remember if Art was still alive to see the Soviet Union collapse due to the efforts of Ronald Reagan. Because he liked the perks of Lefty-dom, he probably wouldn't change any of his published opinions, though. An amusing little book, written with a typical Lefty-Liberal viewpoint.