Dr. Kookie, You're Right

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Dutton, Sep 1, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 275 pages
In his sixth, possibly funniest, collection of columns, Royko ranges from the neighborhood characters of his native Chicago to the Reagan White House, the money-mad frenzy of Wall Street, the fads and freeways of California, and the life-styles of the rich and famous and the poor and perplexed.

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For the reader of any or all of Royko's six previous collections of essays, this volume will have few surprises to offer. The Chicago-based author has been maintaining a daily column, now syndicated ... Read full review

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5 stars that is all that is possible.
a great look at a great decade.
mike, rest in peace. 


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Mike Royko (1932-1997) worked as a daily columnist for the "Chicago Daily News," the "Chicago Sun-Times," and the "Chicago Tribune," His Pulitzer Prize-winning columns were syndicated in more than 600 newspapers across the country.

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