"Workingman's Ink" is a collection of journalism originally published by The Wall treet Journal, The Washington Post, National Review, The American Spectator, The Los Angeles Times and other places. Subjects include alcohol hysteria, celebrities (Elvis, Fred Astaire, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Stevie Wonder, Van Morrison, King Farouk and many others), military deployment, remembering a family slave, trial lawyers, gambling, scapegoating, the legal prosecution of insects, sex, marriage among the very rich, deer hunting, the demise of country music, bluegrass and old time festivals, Apollo 11 and the murder of Daniel Pearl.
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About the Author
DAVE SHIFLETT is a longtime journalist and author. His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and many other publications. His books include "Exodus" and "The America We Deserve" (with Donald Trump). His writing and original music is posted at www.daveshiflett.com