Gore Vidal Part 2

Friday, March 30, 1984

Lloyd Moss continues his conversation with the author and political activist Gore Vidal. He talks about his political career and American politics in general. He also discusses his writing career and his historical novels including Burr, Lincoln, 1876, and Washington D.C. He also talks about the Italian's perception of the United States. Mr. Vidal tells a story about the politics of Verdi during the unification of Italy and discusses the rest of the musical selections he chose for this program.


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Gore Vidal

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