On The Bookshelf: A Shattered Peace

This week on Heading Right Radio, we had the pleasure of interviewing two excellent authors, and this week, I received the book by the author I interviewed three weeks ago. A Shattered Peace: Versailles 1919 and the Price We Pay Today by David Andelman promises a much closer look at the Treaty of Versailles and its responsibility for the conflicts we face in the world today. My interview with Andelman can be found at BlogTalkRadio, and it was fascinating.
This week, we also spoke with Dinesh D’Souza, author of the excellent What’s So Great About Christianity, and the one-hour interview is here — one of the more intriguing interviews I’ve had on Heading Right Radio. Wednesday I spoke with Adrian Levy, author of Deception: Pakistan, the United States, and the Secret Trade in Nuclear Weapons. That’s definitely worth a listen, even with all of the New York City street noise in the background, which crescendoed at the end of the interview.
I also forgot to add David Harsanyi’s Nanny State: How Food Fascists, Teetotaling Do-Gooders, Priggish Moralists, and other Boneheaded Bureaucrats are Turning America into a Nation of Children to the Bookshelf, but it’s also a worthwhile choice for a read. My interview with Harsanyi was last week, and can be heard here.

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  1. Ed, just got a chance to listen of your Andleman interview. Great interview by you- Mr. Andleman was a fascinating guest, and the topic was killer. I could’ve listened for a few more hours. Bravo. Very nicely done by both of you. You should consider bringing Andleman back- you two make a fine team.

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