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New Book: The Spirits of America


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For the serious student of beverage alcohol in America, I point to the following book, The Spirits of America , which I cannot recommend because I haven't read it.

I happened to see a review in National Review magazine, 12/31/2003. The review contained just enough in the way of interesting quotes to catch my attention, but not enough to make me order the book.

Yours truly,

Dave Morefield

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I know nothing about this particular book, but I share and admire your selection of periodicals -- National Review was the magazine that finally weaned me permanently from my youthful, liberal-leaning politics.

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Dave, I saw a review of this book in the last issue of All About Beer (excellent, long-established consumer magazine on the beer scene, see www.allaboutbeer.com for more info). Overall the report was very favorable.

Gary

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To round out the picture, my other staples for information and commentary are Reason and The Wall Street Journal. The Economist (heavily laden with factual information, even if left-leaning) was in my stable at one time, but it just takes too long to wade through it.

Yours truly,

Dave Morefield

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