Airwaves: a collection of radio editorials from the Golden by William O'Shaughnessy

By William O'Shaughnessy

AirWAVES!, a set of greater than thirty years of editorials and remark given through William O'Shaughnessy, incorporates a extensive spectrum of Westchester existence, from politics to only simple citizens.O'Shaughnessy, hailed The Squire of Westchester,by former governor Mario Cuomo, brings jointly a retrospective for the Golden Apple, Westchester County, delivering the reader with not just a slice of his articulate sort and sleek personality, but in addition an historiography of occasions and happenings in and round the county.

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These Westchester business chieftains are sick about what is happening at Columbia University. They are "up to here" about Rap Brown and how far this disrespect for law and order is going to go. In this springtime of 1968, when a little sunshine lingers across our evenings until as late as 8:00, these men are saying they might even vote for George Wallace for president. Alvin Ruskin has been saying this might happen in the country, when people are going to be so damn fed up with all this business that some wild reactionary will come riding out of California or Arizona or someplace.

Paul Redd, Dr. George Reed, Rex Reed, Cary Reich, Ambassador Ogden Rogers Reid, Carol Fernicola Reilly, Joseph Reilly, Phil Reisman, Steven Reitano, Eric Rhoads, Miles B. Rich, Monica and Vinny Rippa, Eddie Robbins, Governor Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, Happy Rockefeller, Tom Rodgers, William Pierce Rogers, Tim Rooney, Robert Rosencrans, Kyle Rote, Justice Alvin Richard Ruskin, Howard Samuels, Irv Samuels, Louis Sandroni, Edwin K. Schober, William Scott, Paul Screvane, John Scroope, Harold Segal, Bill Sella, Nino Selmaj, Tony Serao, Benito Sevarin, Hugh Shannon, Michael Scott Shannon, Wilfrid Sheed, Thomas Sheehy, Val and Judge Preston Sher, Dan Sherber, Gary Sherlock, Jami Sherwood, Bernard "Toots" Shor, Bobby Short, Norman Silver, George Simon, Francis Albert Sinatra, I.

To the extent that I succeeded at all is largely because of Bill O'Shaughnessy. " The Squire of Westchester is intelligent and highly talented, as he's proved by running his two excellent radio stations so successfully. He's also an especially gifted writer and speaker. He has eloquence, charm, dash, good looks Lord knows how far he could go in this republic if, somehow, he could overcome his terrible shyness! Bill O'Shaughnessy can't describe a scene as well as Breslin. He's not as "easy" a writer as Pete Hamill.

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