Citizen Moore: An American Maverick

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Methuen, 2007 - Authors, American - 361 pages
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Based on interviews with over 200 insiders - friends, bosses, employees, producers, agents, managers, editors, actors and nuns - 'Citizen Moore' traces the untold story of the 30 years of struggles and failures that led to the 'overnight' success of this political celebrity.

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Michael Moore's a fascinating figure, and I have equal parts respect for his iconoclasm and disdain for the self-righteous and impractical politics that informs it. I found Bowling for Columbine - for ... Read full review

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I couldn't get very far in this book. I could tell by the blurb that it was an anti-Michael Moore book disguised as a biography (I like Moore, but I also like having all the facts). Well, it was ... Read full review


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