Freedoms Ferment

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U of Minnesota Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Poetry - 73 pages
At the end of his weekly news-in-review program, Moore on Sunday beloved WCCO-TV newsanchor Dave Moore often signed off by reciting a poem. These poems, composed by Moore's son Peter and collected here for the first time, offer a fresh and funny take on the common and not-so-common stuff of our everyday lives. Reminiscent of Ogden Nash and Tom Lehrer, with a dash of Dr. Seuss, Peter Moore's verse captures the essence of his father's wit, common sense, honesty, and warmth.
 

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Contents

Part One The Faith of the Young Republic
1
Part Two Cults and Utopias
46
Part Three Humanitarian Crusades
225
Epilogue
548

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