Walt Disney, Hollywood’s Dark Prince by Marc Eliot 1993, Carol Publishing Group ISBN 1-55972-174-X. The author reveals the real Walt Disney the company doesn't want you to know. His phobic behavior is examined and his 25 year association with J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI as a Special Agent in charge of rooting out Communists, subversives, and Jews. Reading this book shouldn't destroy your love for Mickey and all things Disney created. It is one author’s documented look at a regular human being.
Goodbye Darkness, A Memoir of the Pacific War by William Manchester, 1979, Little, Brown and Company ISBN 0-316-54501-5.
Be ye a war hawk, dove, pacifist, or protester, the authors first hand experience shatters the myth that if we live up to our noble ideals, if we are fair and kind and good, our enemies will act with reason. This pacifist author reveals how in the first battle he had no choice but to become an animal. A compelling book from beginning to end. You won't be able to put it down.
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