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Dear Father Dear SonThere s a moment in this book where Larry Elder xplicitly says that his life goal is not to better the world but to be rich This is ultimately the most self reflective moment in this tome which undoubtedly Cause Of Fear eludes the author Elder has no principles He s just trying to make moneyIf you re at all withxperienced with Larry Elder s radio shows he spouses a neo fascist ideology under A Pretense Of Libertarianism While Exhibiting Bizarre Fits Of Rage pretense of libertarianism while xhibiting bizarre fits of rage views are at times disconnected from reality itself much like his refusal to acknowledge that he was wrong to support the neocon agenda He s a Republican hiding behind the pretense of libertarianism He went completely in when Bush sold America the Ira war in 2003Elder hasn t lived an interesting The Game of Love enough life to write a compelling autobiography If he has he does not want to write about such matters which might be refreshing if it didn t feel like he is nonetheless attempting to communicate something here about himself his father or his socio political views He spentight hours in jailbecause he mouthed off to a cop after being rightfully accused of jaywalking Not Solo: A Star Wars Story: Expanded Edition exactly Hurricane territory and this doesn t go anywhereInvery ancedote Elder nds up doing the right thing Everyone who doesn t listen to conventional wisdom and Larry Elder nd up doing the wrong thing They suffer the conseuences of not listening to Larry Elder This is incredibly bad writing of man obsessed with framing himself as great without also acknowledging his faults This is comparable to Barack Obama s memoirs however Obama has lived a interesting life a biracial child ssentially abandoned by his father and thru ambition and character attended the Ivy League became a law professor a community organizer a US Senatorand then the President of the United States a leader ven if you don t necessarily agree with where he is leading Elder s work in the The Lady in Pink entertainment industry pales in comparison to that and his light tomends up reflecting how uninteresting his life has been with only the benefit of addressing how much better Compton used to be though he still presents it as an urban Mayberry of sortsHis parents had a fraught relationship which was perhaps the most scandalous part of Mr Elder s life they Eyes ended up sleeping in separate rooms Divorce was taboo for their generation This is one of the few interesting things that happened in his household that Elder should vexpanded on but he doesn t He also doesn t get too much into his relationship with his brothers He lost one to drug abuse and he does pay tribute to how beloved he was despite not being conventionally regarded as good or usefulElder s main complaint about his father was that he was humorless man who did not show affection asily It doesn t occur to Elder that his father might be surly for a reason He grew up in a time and place where black men weren t xactly treated well This is a sociological idea called conditioning which is the root of all mind sciences Elder meanwhile was spoiled by a greater degree of tolerance towards blacks that weren t given to Depression Sinner's Heart era blacks who had to deal with not just legalized racism but the Klan as annforcer of the status uo He takes issue with government sanctioned discrimination however whites can discriminate against blacks because that s the way things are which makes it okay The government shouldn t get involved to stop racial discrimination ither because the government is normally the problem Elder imagines veryone hated his father for being a Republican however he s also depicted as a pillar of the community which completely voids the argument that blacks hate Republicans or are hostile to conservatism More precisely it s the shrill and delusional messenger that has kept so many blacks loyal to the opposition since the Johnson administrationNor has Elder been abused Spirit of the Wolf enough to write a compelling memoir of survival Elder and his brothers were spanked with belts and switches notlectrical cords or rods and only to discipline them not out of parental cruelty When the kids cry as they are disciplined the father declares I ll give you a reason to cry This was unbelievably a common saying amongst the Greatest Generation as they raised their kids and is not uniuely something that happened to Larry Elder My grandmother used it on my mother The senior Elder was prone to comical fits of outrage However a moment of levity comes from his pronouncement. Stunning a wonderful read a page turner a handbook for life Those words of advance praise from another celebrated author scarcely convey just how powerfully mesmerizing is the latest book by New York Times best selling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Larry Elder Dear Father Dear Son is a personal memoir of Elder's troubled one might A Vineyard Christmas even say tortured relationship with his father and the astonishing outcome that develops when Elder at long last confronts himSays Elder A man's relationship with his fathervery boy Een Bijzondere Vorm Van Osteosclerose every man luckynough to have a father in his life has to figure that out My own father I thought I knew him ven though he sel.

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N alley somewhere A book for all all classes all races Not a rags to riches story but definitely a rags to class Two Thumbs up Get it read it uick First a disclaimer I ve never listened to Larry Elder on the radio and knew absolutely nothing about him And took this book straight on without context bias or any introductory knowledge to its nature at all I just saw the title in a goodreads friend s lists and added itThe ntire first 3 or 4 chapters were not fun to read I would categorize them in my wire coat hanger category And the As a long time listener of the Larry Elder Show I was looking "forward to reading this book Larry is a libertarian not a conservative who believes in limited government and personal responsibility "to reading this book Larry is a libertarian not a conservative who believes in limited government and personal responsibility this book we find that hard work and self reliance can get you through the challenges of life and lead to success We learn this from the story of his father a man who did not know who his father was He was on his own at age 13 and had less than a high school Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) education yet he worked hard at various jobs in the Jim Crow south moved to California where he worked as a janitor andventually became a successful business manWe also read of Larry s hatred for his father and his not speaking to him for 10 years and his Math Basics 6 eventual reunion and understanding and renewal of respect for his dad after ani Great book I thought of the trials with my own father and some of the conversations that we have had and are still having yes my father did come from the same Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, era as Larry s dad went through some of the same things utilized the military as a stepping stone raised many boys Many of us would find some similarities in our life spaces with this book I thought it a was a welcome read during this holiday season and it made me appreciate my own fatherven It shows that there are blind spots in family relationships because the children and sometimes the spouse do not really understand where the other has been yes this can and will happen and still does it does show that there is often than not if I had known maybe I could have handled this or that differently In fact the conversation in the book helped Larry s own parents find some appreciation for The First Ghost each other it demonstrates the frailty of life and in my case I really appreciate my parents and the relationships that I have withach of them Larry Elder s memoir mphasizes the importance of a two parent family It also relates the different perception a child may have of his father as a child and then as an adult Elder s book reminds us that sometimes relationships are not as they seem This book is xcellent there is some swearing so be warned but it is a wonderful autobiography and tribute from a son to his father Larry Elder is a conservative black talk show host who attended Brown University and Michigan for law school I read this book in about 24 hours Compelling story This is a memorable book In a few words mostly reconstructed family dialogue Larry Elder imparts a vivid impression of his immediate family mom dad and brothers Kirk and Dennis his Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential extended family and the family s cultural roots Larry follows the life of his father Randolph from an impoverished childhood in the Jim Crow South through the Marine Corps in World War II to his work driven years in Los Angeles hard memories of a work driven man who terrified his sons Larry broke off relations with his father and moved across the country for many years One day responding to an inner prod Larry bought a plane ticket back to Los Angeles and appeared unannounced to confront his father about his lifetime of abuse Expecting a brief and fiery confrontation Larry was amazed to find himselfngaged in a marathon discussion lasting many hours From this discussion merged an ntirely new relationship with his father and from that came healing to other relationships in the family as well The transformation is wonderful to read and shines hope on toxic family relationships that are familiar to most of us I hope the book is released in paperback I spotted at least three Humanism errors missed by theditors such as duplicate words But what I really wish the publishers would add is some pictures The only image and it s a good one is the cover photo of Randolph Elder s snack bar at 12th Place and Valencia Street Larry mentions some family photographs in his narrative and I think it would add to the book to include some of these in the next Smokin' Hot editio. Alling it stunning Burt Boyar co author of the bestselling autobiography on Sammy Davis Jr says of Dear Father Dear Son Above all it is a wonderful read I am tempted to call it a page turner but in my case I hated to turnvery page because that meant I was getting closer to the Placing Memory end and I did not want it tond The book is filled with motion It is of course a handbook for life I guess it is that above all things Any kid who reads it and follows the advice of how to live his life just has to come out well Dear Father Dear Son is the story of one man discovering a son he never really knew And of the son finding a man a friend a father who had really been there all along. That Nixon should just make tapes as a solution for WatergateThat Elder had been so unaware of his father s history is bizarre and goes against for WatergateThat Elder had been so unaware of his father s history is bizarre and goes against one would xpect from just standard parent child interaction The senior Elder being okay with his regiment being segregated during World War 2 the support role meant that black troops were not allowed to fully serve both illustrates where Larry gets his bizarre worldview and nulls Mr Elder s assertion that he was just as patriotic as the white men who were forced to see combatThroughout this book Elder divorces society from race xcept to criticize blacks who are the real racists He might be right If Larry Elder had ver been a victim of racism from the whites whom he now counts as his peers he does not disclose it here Part of the reason why might be that he doesn t want to dwell on it the other part being that he regards such flawed white men as still better than the blacks whom they generally discriminate against Rich people deserve to be rich and most are hard workers so we shouldn t hate their success Black people tip poorly so it s okay to discriminate against them in the foodservice industryElder was given dreams to leave Compton by public school teachers and he received aid to take the SATs Elder benefitted from a public Wanton Nights education at Fairfax my own alma mater yet he believes in taking away funds from publicducation The private sector can do it better and the government gets in the wayElder s focus on his father s story so often comes at the While My Soldier Serves expense of his mother Her death occupies only a couple paragraphs near thend Mrs Elder was prone to crazy schemes like invading Mexico to solve the immigration crisis These ideas are not practical ven if they originally sound good on paper In one scene Mrs Elder claims that she s about to cry rape to a military recruiter in order to get his brother Dennis in the army Elder does not pass judgement on this rratic scheme In fact decades later he would repeatedly accuse former President Bill Clinton of rape suggesting that false cries of rape is an Elder family traditionThere is one scene that illustrates his parent s divide and that of conservatism A man who was obviously an illegal immigrant walked into the diner one day and tried to order food but couldn t because he couldn t speak English His parents would argue over whether they should ve served him his mother insisting that this was an English only business his father was just trying to make the sale It doesn t occur to Elder that both of his parents could be wrong Whether or not someone can speak English should not stop them from being able to order a cheeseburgerUltimately Larry Elder has lived a privileged life His family wasn t rich but they always had ಪರಿಸರದ ಕತೆ Parisarada Kathe enough toat He grew up in an apparently loving household and he writes loving of HIS parents He has however inherited traits from his parents that he would readily concede An The Fiend Next Door excellent book In listening to the story of Larry s life and his dad s not only did I pick up a lot of great advice but got a great opportunity to reflect I thought about my relationships and life thus far and how I want tond well I got pretty choked up towards the nd thinking about my own parents and what it will be like as we all grow older I would highly recommend anyone pick up this book regardless of your stage in life or political leanings I have been a radio fan of Larry Elder s for many years He hosted an afternoon show in Los Angeles that added a calm perspective to the arlier news and opinions of the day for me I was surprised though at how this very clear political analyst could translate his clarity to such a personal arena his troubled history with his father That is a big leap for the most sensitive person I salute him for his courage and his பொன்னியின் செல்வன் - புது வெள்ளம் example in showing adult children how they canstablish or rebuild broken relationships with family members to the good for The Return of the Carter Boys: The Carter Boys 2 everyone Larry gave his father a gift and his readers a blessing as well Loved it Thanks you Larry Elder for presenting an honest look at the relationship you had with your difficult father You set out to confront your father to ask him why life was so tough growing up with an angry man in the house and it took a big guy you to look at life from his point of view the hardships he suffered the workthic he developed and his philosophy of life that kept him from deserting his family and winding up a derelict in Dom talked about himself And what I knew I hated really really hated Cold ill tempered thin skinned my father always seemed on the brink of A Meditation on Murder erupting Scared to death of him I kept telling myself to find the courage to 'stand up to him' When I was fifteen I did After that said Elder We did not speak toach other for ten yearsAnd then we did for ight hours The result can't be described It has to be xperiencedAs reflected in the book's subtitle Two Lives Eight Hours one Travis extraordinary all day conversation between Elder and his longstranged father utterly transformed their relationship It is no xaggeration to say the book will likewise transform readersIndeed