By William O'Shaughnessy
AirWAVES!, a set of greater than thirty years of editorials and remark given through William O'Shaughnessy, contains a large spectrum of Westchester lifestyles, 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 variety and sleek character, but additionally an historiography of occasions and happenings in and round the county.
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V. "Jim" Woolridge, Leigh and Frank Young, and John Zanzarella. Page xxiii FOREWORD Bill O'Shaughnessy is one of our great under-appreciated commodities. Everybody knows how charming and glib he is. He's been given accolades for being a big radio man. I've known him a long, long time. He is a lover; he really, truly is a lover. I understand he can do his thing commercially, and this is often a very difficult world. But he is a lover. That's not an easy thing to be and be accepted for it. He's a person who believes that you ought to try to make things better for everybody.
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Airwaves: a collection of radio editorials from the Golden Apple by William O'Shaughnessy