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We'll Laugh Again

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Since 1962, Art Buchwald has been by our side through the great tragicomedy of American life-cracking jokes, pestering politicians, and sharing his wisdom.

A pain in the neck to every president from John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush, Buchwald knows irony when he sees it, and he sees it almost everywhere-in Bush, Clinton, drug companies, tax cuts, class relations, and Viag
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 7th 2003 by NAL Trade (first published 2002)
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Steve
Doing some catch-up on my collection of Buchwald books. A little different in that he dedicated a chapter of this book specifically on post 9/11 columns. A majority of the book highlights many of Buchwald's column during the latter years of President Clinton, and it naturally includes his sarcastic take on the issues of the day including the Clinton/Lewinski scandal, immigration, gun control, equal rights, health care, womens rights, and a slew of other issues of interest during the transition t ...more
Christopher Maher
I read this book because the author is spoken of very highly by one of my favorite writers, Dave Barry. This book is a collection of newspaper columns written by Buchwald in the 1990s and shortly after 9/11.
I found the post 9/11 work to be fairly engaging, especially the column written immediately after the attacks. Much of the 1990s work, however, is simply OK, in my opinion. I should note that while I did not have any disagreement or issue with the content of the work, the style was not one th
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American humorist best known for his long-running column of political satire and commentary that he wrote in The Washington Post, which was syndicated in over 500 newspapers. He wrote more than 30 books. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Outstanding Commentary in 1982. In 1991 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

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