Heartland
by Mort Sahl

This autobiography is written in the same disjointed style as Sahl's comedy monologues. He is not a clear or systematic thinker. He is emotional, has a self-centered world view (in that what is important to him he believes should be important to everybody), and he has a strong but ill-defined sense of justice.

He became pre-occupied with investigating JFK's assassination and its cove-up. He was black-listed because of this. He thinks anyone who is not actively digging into this conspiracy is inhumane and unjust.

Year Read: 1980


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