Here Comes Trouble : The Making of an American AgitatorPublication details: England; Penguin Books; 2012Description: 427 Pages; PaperbackISBN:
- 791.43 MOO
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"Here Comes Trouble is Michael Moore's blistering anti-memoir, a hilarious book tracing the origins of his political rabble-rousing and his early forays into campaigning for change. Michael Moore has been called an iconoclast, a maverick, a vital dissenting voice and a one of the most un-American people alive. But what made him the man he is today? In his sensational and provocative 'anti-memoir', Moore reveals the family, friends and amazing events that have shaped him: from teachers and Senator Robert Kennedy to parents and the Vietnam War. Here Comes Trouble might just be the most hilarious, provoking, inspiring, poignant and important non-autobiography you ever read."--Amazon.co.uk.
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