Bill Bryson talked about his book, One Summer: America, 1927, in which he presents a history of America in the summer of 1927. In his book, the author examines the numerous events that placed the United States on the world stage; from the first solo, non-stop flight across the Atlantic by Charles Lindberg to President Coolidge’s decision to not seek a second term in office. Bill Bryson spoke at the First Baptist Church of Decatur in Decatur, Georgia. close
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