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Cheers, America: How an Englishman Learned to Love America

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An editor at BBC-TV takes a witty and honest look at the “special” relationship between the US and the UK.

IMAGINE INVITING A BRIT TO A BARBECUE - THAT’S THIS BOOK.

Justin Webb was the BBC’s man in America. He covered politics and interviewed presidents, but more importantly he reported, as Alistair Cooke once did, on the rich tapestry of American life. This is his toast to
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ebook, 224 pages
Published March 5th 2013 by Atria Books/Marble Arch Press
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