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“It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his job depends on not understanding it.” – Upton Sinclair, “I, Candidate for Governor” (1935)
“I, Candidate for Governor”
Sinclair wrote a book that was part fiction, part political platform. I, Governor of California and How I Ended Poverty: A True Story of the Future, was published in October 1933 and outlined Sinclair’s proposals for the state. Makes for interesting reading. As does what happened to him:
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From our treasured collection of vinyl records (remember those?) is a very special tribute, The Story of Hawaii’s Golden Heritage, narrated by Hawaii’s beloved U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye.
Click here to listen to one of the most beautiful presentations ever recorded
and save it for posterity. Senator Inouye left us a very special legacy.
Please enjoy and share with the very special people in your life.
Click here for the audio link of The Story of Hawaii’s Golden Heritage.
Musical score by Jack de Mello. The Story of Hawaii’s Golden Heritage narrated by Senator Daniel K. Inouye with Jack de Mello Orchestra & Chorus, Music of Polynesia. 1969. 33 ½ rpm. Aloha Airlines commission for 10th Anniversary of Statehood.
Reproduced for audio streaming especially for you by D.J. Parsons, III.
May God bless you and your family in the coming 2013 New Year and for years to come.