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Testimonials and Book Reviews dealing with
Toby Terrar’s God, Country and Self-Interest
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Books Reviews are in the following journals:
- Dean Richards, New Politics (New York, New York).
- Anne Martino, “Book Column,” The Ann Arbor News (Ann Arbor, Michigan).
- Dr. Peter Stearns, Journal of Social History (George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia).
- “I am really impressed by the layout and the documentation, including that in the footnotes.” Terry E. Carroll, President, National Association for Public Health Policy (Reston, Virginia, July 14, 2004).
“I need another copy of God, Country and Self. Please send to . . .” Lloyd Emerson, Chenango shipmate (Ponca Arizona, June 12, 2004)
“I want you to know that I appreciate the book of Edward’s war years. I read it from front to back including all the foot notes. I AM IMPRESSED about Ed’s war years. I think the title should include, “Love Letters of two lovers.” Albert F. Wilkus, Coffeyville school mate (Park Forest, Illinois, September 21, 2004).
“What a pleasant surprise. I’m in the middle of it and going slow to thoroughly enjoy every word. Toby has done an excellent job and certainly done thorough research with the footnoting.” Edward “Sonny” Simpson, Squadron 35 veteran (Clemson, South Carolina, July 20, 2004).
“I cannot imagine how much work it took and pulling everything together. It is interesting reading since I know some of the people. . . Thank you for doing such a great job for all of us and generations to come.” Patricia Ortlip, wife of Chenango veteran (New Orleans, Louisiana, June 23, 2004).
“Enclosed is check for book. Very Pleased, Thanks so much.” Elisha Labe Dean (Miami, Florida, June 25, 2004).
“Thank you. . . and still certainly enjoying reading it.” Pat Weart, widow of Squadron 35 veteran Bruce Weart (Fredericksburg, Virginia, July 15, 2004).
“WHAT A PLEASANT SURPRIE!!!! Received in the mail today the GREAT book. . . I’ve enjoyed several hours this afternoon perusing with more time planned yet today and on other occasions.” Bill Gentry, Squadron 35 veteran (Bountiful, Utah, July 12, 2004).
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