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Paul Harvey's America - Paperback

Paul Harvey's America - Paperback
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    ISBN: 9781414353128
    Author: Stephen Mansfield & David A. Holland
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Tyndale
    Size: 5¼ X 8½
    Total Pages: 187
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    Paul Harvey was more than just a legend. He was America's most popular radio host, and millions considered him a friend. He forever changed the course of radio and our culture.

    Now you'll learn the rest of his story.

    You know the name Paul Harvey. But do you know . . .

    • How the brutal murder of his father shaped Paul’s life and career?
    • That a high school teacher helped launch him into radio?
    • The truth behind his brief and controversial career in the Air Force?
    • Why he proposed to his wife, “Angel,” on their very first date—and why it took her a year to say yes?
    • Why he was arrested for breaking into a secure research laboratory during the Cold War?
    • How he became a champion of “the man in uniform”?
    • How he transformed American broadcast history?

    In Paul Harvey’s America, New York Times best selling biographer Stephen Mansfield along with David A. Holland, answer these questions (and more) as they present a unique look at this icon of broadcasting history. You'll be intrigued by their insights into a man whose voice warmed the airwaves for so long—his humble origins; his early fascination with this newfangled thing called radio; his relationships with family, friends and listeners; and his immeasurable contributions to American broadcasting and culture.