The Goodness of Ordinary People: True Stories from Real Americans

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Crown, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 274 pages
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Middleton, host of National Public Radio's "Open Air New England, " presents a Studs Turkel-style collection of true stories from real Americans that has some surprising things to say about the moral state of the union. It explores the positive aspects of the news that are often overlooked and demonstrates that a simple gesture can restore out faith in community.

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Tired of slackers, social climbers, deadbeat dads, and the selfish rich? The host of National Public Radio's Open Air New England here recounts upbeat stories about good folks. Read full review


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