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O'Connor was a pioneering radio/TV news reporter and long-time commentator, but unforunately he wasn't a writer. His many anecdotes are memorable (particularly his wartime visit to recently-liberated Dachau, and his first meeting with Martin Luther King) but not very well told. Maybe the stories came across great verbally, leaning on a bar rail over a glass of whiskey, but his prose is overly wordy and repetitive. He really should have used a professional writer as collaborator, which would have...more