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Like New. NICE BOOK! NO MARKINGS, NO SPINE CREASES & VERY SLIGHT SHELF WEAR ON COVER. Publishers Weekly: In these 77 wide-ranging essays, selected from his syndicated column "Uncivil Liberties" and dating from 1987 to 1990, Trillin is clever and funny much more than half the time--a remarkably high average. The targets of his wit and scorn include Donald Trump, the "humble roots" of Senator Bob Dole, word processor spell-checks, teenage talk, telephone solicitors who call you by your first name, George Bush's trying to be taken for a regular guy and Ronald Reagan's selective deafness. Trillin tells what to do if you have a cockroach in your computer; exhorts you to send in, at the expense of the magazines, blank subscription cards; and advises Canada to deny that there's any such thing as a cold front. Virtually irresistible. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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