Remembering Charles Kuralt
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Remembering Charles Kuralt

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Charles Kuralt should be remembered. He gave us stories of hope and of unheralded heroes. His more than 600 episodes of "On the Road," filed from every state in America, punctuated the daily barrage of riots, wars and demonstrations on the nightly news. "Two-minute cease-fires," Time magazine called them. We should remember Charles Kuralt for his rich, mahogany voice and s...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Globe Pequot (first published January 13th 2001)
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Echo
A library book...well worth reading. A lot of us remember On the Road with Chares Kuralt and I know I thoroughly enjoyed them and you learn about the person behind those...a speaker, a writer, a newsman, and a really all around nice guywell thought of by his contmporaries.
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